From the Field Marshall Rodham archives

Soja dips into the Wellesley thesis and finds the flat affect of the puritanical radical.

Sometimes the 1960s at American universities, especially when it came to elite radicals like Hillary, strike me as being akin to the nuclear blast over Hiroshima where people were vaporized but not before their shadows were imprinted on walls.

You get the final pose, but the person is no longer there.

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