Clinton-Obama: Electability and Talking Points Analytical Essay by Top Papers

Clinton-Obama: Electability and Talking Points
An examination of the electability of Hillary Clinton vs. Barack Obama.
# 139208 | 1,500 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (Election and Campaigns) , Political Science (U.S.)

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This paper is a debate on Hillary Clinton's talking points and her electability as the next President. In order to explain her stance, the paper compares them with her Democratic challenger, Barack Obama. The paper shows how while they agree on most issues, there are some differences, but it seems, based on current figures and the support of minorities and young first-time voters, that Hillary's "experience" factor will not succeed.

From the Paper:

"Hillary Clinton is, of course, a former First Lady and uses her eight years working alongside her husband as proof of her experience in domestic and world affairs. Born in 1947 she grew up in the Chicago suburb, Park Ridge, IL. Like Bill, she is a graduate of Yale Law School, and turned down all sorts of lucrative offers to work for the judiciary committee of the House of Representatives on the potential impeachment of President Nixon. But, when her task was finished, according to her biography, she "followed my heart" to move to Arkansas and get involved in various legal public defender affairs prior to marrying Bill. As First Lady, she was..."

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