Can Hillary Unite the Party?

Though she lost the nomination, Hillary Clinton ran a remarkable campaign. What she chooses to do next could unite — or destroy — the Democrats

Callie Shell / Aurora for TIME

A day after the final primaries, the Democratic candidates huddle behind the scenes at the AIPAC summit in Washington.

There she was, yet again, this time in Rapid City, S.D. This time her name was Margaret Dinock, but she was part of a national Greek chorus, haunting the rope lines of every candidate in every Democratic primary this year. As almost always, she was middle-aged and working class, with a desperate tale to tell, usually about health care. And this time, in classic Hellenic fashion on the last day of the Democratic primary season, she offered narrative punctuation: a gray sweatshirt with a picture of a vehemently orange car screeching to a halt at a highway barrier and...

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