Psychobiography of Hillary Rodham Clinton Essay

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Psychobiography of Hillary Rodham Clinton




Bibliography


Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 19
Peter Lowinger, “The Psychobiography of Hillary Rodham Clinton.” Http://www.zpub.com/un/hillc.html. p. 1
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Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 20
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Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 24
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Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 25
“Are Hillary’s Brothers Driving off Course? Hugh and Tony Rodham Are Bill Clinton’s
in-laws, a connection that’s brought them pain and gain” Time (November 1, 1999) : 46

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Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 75
Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 89
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Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 110
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Bibliography:

Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 19
Peter Lowinger, “The Psychobiography of Hillary Rodham Clinton.” Http://www.zpub.com/un/hillc.html. p. 1
Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 19
Gail Sheely, Hillary’s Choice (New York: Ballantine Books.), p. 19
Camille Paglia, “Ice Queen, Drag Queen: a Psychological Portrait of Hillary” The New Republic (March 4, 1996), p.24
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