Hillary Clinton has lived her entire adult life as a part of election campaigns and in the public eye. The Ivy League grad and former First Lady is running for the highest office in the land --- now, it’s her turn. A new generation of voters will be heading to the polls since her last stint in the White House, and they deserve to know who they are voting for.
In this series, Glenn examines the details behind the candidate and tries to put her ideology into perspective. Who and what has influenced her thinking, the tactics she uses to get what she wants and the people she leaves in her wake are all put out into the light of day.
Part I: The Early Years
Hillary believed in most of what Saul Alinsky taught, even writing her thesis on his teachings. The only place they diverted is where Alinsky taught to influence government, Hillary thought it would be more effective to join it and change it from the inside.
Understanding the activist is key to understanding the candidate, and knowing who she admired is a window into what inspired her. Whether it’s Alinsky or famed eugenicist Margaret Sanger, Hillary sure knows how to pick ‘em.
Discover how these radicals have influenced the democrat frontrunner. And if you have ever wondered what exactly the “Whitewater” scandal was, you'll find out here.
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