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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/January 21, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, January 14)
Date:1/13/2008

COVER: Hillary Clinton: "'I found my own voice.'" (p. 31). Editor Jon Meacham opens the cover package on the 2008 election by examining Hillary Clinton's dramatic comeback win in New Hampshire and whether the battle for the Democratic nomination is one that will be determined by the historically complicated issues of race and gender. Meacham writes that, "Torn is a tough word, but ... it aptly captures how many Americans, and not just Democrats, already feel about 2008. Some women are nursing guilt over supporting Obama; some African-Americans worry they are doing the wrong thing by voting for Clinton. And these are early days: we are only just beginning to grapple with the questions of race and gender that the campaign will raise again and again through November." The campaign now moving out of the largely white states of Iowa and New Hampshire to the rest of the country will soon mean that the politically engaged across America will be presented with the likelihood that a woman or an African-American will be the Democratic nominee and perhaps the president. And, as Clinton says, it's a good "problem" for America to have, he writes.

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"'I Get a Little Wonky'" (p. 36). Meacham interviews Hillary Clinton about finding her own voice that led to her win in the New Hampshire primary. She also discussed issues that ranged from her childhood in suburban Park Ridge, Ill., to John Wesley, Reinhold Niebuhr, Martin Luther King Jr. and, of course, Barack Obama. "I get so focused on what I want to do as president that I get a little wonky. I get a little out there, with details, with five-point plans for this and 10-point plans for that, and I think that what I'm proposing really is both achievable and important, but i
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