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Hillary Clinton

Politician, First Lady (born 26-Oct-1947)


Christopher Andersen. American Evita: Hillary Clinton's Path to Power. New York: William Morrow. 2004. 292pp.

Carl Bernstein. A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton. New York: Random House. 2007. 628pp.

John Boswell. Unshredded Files of Hillary Clinton. New York: Broadway. 1996. 64pp.

Michael A. Bowen. Hillary! How America's First Woman President Won The White House. Boston: Branden Books. 2004. 192pp.

Brent Bozell; Tim Graham. Whitewash: How the News Media Are Paving Hillary Clinton's Path to the Presidency. New York: Crown Forum. 2007. 272pp.

David Brock. The Seduction of Hillary Rodham. New York: Free Press. 1996. 452pp.

Barbara Burrell. Public Opinion, the First Ladyship, and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Routledge. 2001. 178pp.

Amanda B. Carpenter. The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy's Dossier on Hillary Clinton. Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing. 2006. 320pp.

George Carpozi, Jr.. Clinton Confidential: The Climb to Power: The Unauthorized Biography of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Del Mar, CA: Emery Dalton Books. 1995. 517pp.

Hillary Clinton. Living History. New York: Simon & Schuster. 2003. 562pp.

Susan Estrich. The Case for Hillary Clinton. New York: Regan Books. 2005. 288pp.

Sheldon Filger. Hillary Clinton Nude: Naked Ambition, Hillary Clinton and America's Demise. Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse. 2006. 212pp.

Jeff Gerth; Don Van Natta, Jr.. Her Way: The Hopes and Ambitions of Hillary Rodham Clinton. New York: Little, Brown. 2007. 438pp.

Joann Bren Guernsey. Hillary Rodham Clinton. Minneapolis: Lerner Publishing Group. 2000. 112pp.

Beth Harpaz. The Girls in the Van: Covering Hillary. New York: St. Martin's Press. 2001. 294pp.

(ambiguous link, David Horowitz); Richard Poe. The Shadow Party: How Hillary Clinton, George Soros, and the Sixties Left Took Over the Democratic Party. Thomas Nelson. 2006. 304pp.

Laura Ingraham. The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places. New York: Hyperion Press. 2000.

Christian Josi. Hillary Rodham Clinton: What Every American Should Know. Alexandria, VA: American Conservative Union. 2000. 92pp.

Colleen E. Kelley. The Rhetoric of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton: Crisis Management Discourse. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2001. 311pp.

Paul Kengor. God and Hillary Clinton: A Spiritual Life. New York: Harper. 2007. 334pp.

Edward Klein. The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She'll Go to Become President. Sentinel. 2005. 305pp.

Tom Kuiper. I've Always Been a Yankees Fan: Hillary Clinton in Her Own Words. Los Angeles: World Ahead Publishing. 2006. 166pp.

Carl Limbacher. Hillary's Scheme: Inside the Next Clinton's Ruthless Agenda to Take the White House. New York: Three Rivers Press. 2004. 304pp.

Texe W. Marrs. Big Sister Is Watching You: Hillary Clinton and the White House Feminists Who Now Control America -- And Tell the President What to Do. Austin, TX: Living Truth Publishers. 1993. 208pp.

Joyce Milton. The First Partner: Hillary Rodham Clinton. New York: Harper. 2000. 480pp.

Dick Morris; Eileen McGann. Condi vs. Hillary: The Next Great Presidential Race. HarperCollins. 2005. 326pp.

Roger Morris. Partners in Power: The Clintons and Their America. New York: Henry Holt & Company. 1996. 526pp.

Peggy Noonan. The Case Against Hillary Clinton. New York: Regan Books. 2000. 181pp.

Barbara Olson. Hell to Pay: The Unfolding Story of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing. 1999. 344pp.

Jerry Oppenheimer. State of the Union: Inside the Complex Marriage of Bill and Hillary Clinton. HarperCollins. 2000. 312pp.

John Podhoretz. Can She Be Stopped? Hillary Clinton Will Be the Next President of the United States Unless.... New York: Crown Forum. 2006. 272pp.

Donnie Radcliffe. Hillary Rodham Clinton: The Evolution of A First Lady. Lebanon, IN: Warner Books. 1999. 368pp.

Turk Regan. The Hillary Clinton Voodoo Kit: Stick It to Her, Before She Sticks It to You!. Running Press Book Publishers. 2007. 64pp.

Gail Sheehy. Hillary's Choice. New York: Ballantine Books. 2000. 448pp.

Chuck Slate. Hillary: America's First Dictator. Victoria, Canada: Trafford Publishing. 2006. 260pp.

Sally Bedell Smith. For Love of Politics: Bill and Hillary Clinton: The White House Years. New York: Random House. 2007. 572pp.

Michael Tomasky. Hillary's Turn: Inside Her Improbable Victorious Senate Campaign. New York: Simon & Schuster. 2001. 320pp.

Gil Troy. Hillary Rodham Clinton: Polarizing First Lady. University Press of Kansas. 2006. 263pp.

Emmett Tyrrell; Mark W. Davis. Madame Hillary: The Dark Road to the White House. Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing. 2004. 231pp.

Judith Warner. Hillary Clinton: The Inside Story. Essex, UK: Signet. 1999. 304pp.


  1. Stress Over Family Finances Propelled Hillary Clinton Into Corporate World
    by Amy Chozick. The New York Times, 10-Aug-2016.

  2. How Hillary Became "Hillary"
    A 1980 defeat set in motion a process of endless revision, by herself and her opponents, that has defined her career.
    by Robert Draper. The New York Times Magazine, 11-Oct-2016.

  3. Hillary's War
    Her support for the Senate resolution giving President Bush the authority to use force against Iraq remains a problem for the Democratic Party's base. The way she arrived at that decision -- and at subsequent decisions on Iraq -- may point to what sort of president she would be.
    by Jeff Gerth; Don Van Natta. The New York Times Magazine, 29-May-2007.

  4. "I'm the Last Thing Standing Between You and the Apocalypse"
    Inside the final weeks of Hillary Clinton's cautious -- and surprisingly risky -- campaign.
    by Mark Leibovich. The New York Times Magazine, 11-Oct-2016.

  5. Hillary Clinton Is Furious. And Resigned. And Funny. And Worried.
    The surreal post-election life of the woman who would have been president.
    by Rebecca Traister. New York Magazine, 26-May-2017.


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  8. Washington Almanac, Revised Edition (pp.67-68)

  9. Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography (p.140)

  10. Britannica Almanac 2006 (p.62)

  11. Northeastern Dictionary of Women's Biography (p.130)

  12. Legends in Their Own Time (p.51)

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