Letters: Jul. 7, 2003

Hillary's Story

"Whatever Clinton may have gained through tasteful public confession she has lost by forfeiting the quiet dignity of a former First Lady." GENE SAVAGE Sacramento, Calif.

The self-pity and narcissism in Hillary Clinton's Living History are breathtaking [BOOK EXCERPT, June 16]. Apparently she learned nothing from her White House experience. Clinton seems to regret that there wasn't a depression or national disaster to help her ram the socialized health-care scheme through Congress. For the Clintons, citizens are just pawns in their game for political and personal power. It is clear that Hillary does not have the best temperament for...

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