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Hillary Clinton's problem is not her money.Clinton's great challenge will be to decide whether she represents change or continuity.Clinton will make history in a big and dramatic way if she is elected – as the first woman president. Six others tried and lost: James Cox, Adlai Stevenson, Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, Al Gore and John McCain.The challenge for Clinton can be seen through the prism of her predecessors – should she run on change or continuity?Stevenson was very different from Harry Truman but he was, in effect, asking for not a third term for the Democrats but a sixth term – after 20 years of FDR and Truman.This might suggest that the best course would be for Clinton to distance herself from her former boss.Clinton is in a unique position, especially if she can truly mobilize women voters.
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