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  • I read the book from start to finish, even the index that is how interesting it is
  • I learned from the book, however, that Hillary Rodham Clinton truly loves her husband and has protected him a lot of times and she is also like all mothers protective of their children because she seemed not to have let Chelsea be a feast for the media people
  • Although some of the stories shocked me I also learned that Hillary is a good strategist, a talent a president should have I believe and sadly, it's one of the talents that Hillary seems to hide under the cloak of domesticity and I still am perplexed as to why she tries to hide that talent
  • It left me making the decision myself on who Hillary Rodham Clinton is. I liked the book very much and the way it was written was refreshing, unlike other authors of contemporary history who are rather boring

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      I just finished reading Rewriting History by Dick Morris, a book dedicated to studying the personality of former first lady turned Senator turned Secretary of State of the United States of America, Hillary Rodham Clinton. The whole book is devoted to deconstructing the personality or the persona of the former first lady. I read the book from start to finish, even the index that is how interesting it is.

      The book has helped me understand Hillary Clinton and how politically motivated she was and everything she said on camera was done to protect herself and her family. The book was not something to put Hillary in a bad light because in fact, I saw her as human


      as possible.

      The questions raised by Dick Morris are a little disturbing most especially if you read the book without the emergence of Obama because before Obama, Hillary was the only strong candidate for the presidency and it would have scared me if I read the book earlier because Morris likened Hillary Clinton to Nixon, who was paranoid as a schizophrenic, tapping everybody. Now another Nixon would be scary especially at this time and age.

      One of the questions raised by Dick Morris is if Hillary Clinton a dedicated public servant or an unabashed self-promoter, and the answers or the situations he has included in the book have answered the question but not quite fully though because ...


      • it has shown the many facets of Hillary Clinton that until now I have not figured her out entirely. Somehow it has answered a few of my questions but also raised quite a few as well.

        I learned from the book, however, that Hillary Rodham Clinton truly loves her husband and has protected him a lot of times and she is also like all mothers protective of their children because she seemed not to have let Chelsea be a feast for the media people. Although some of the stories shocked me I also learned that Hillary is a good strategist, a talent a president should have I believe and sadly, it’s one of the talents that

        Hillary seems to hide under the cloak of domesticity and I still am perplexed as to why she tries to hide that talent.

        Well at least it reflects how the book left me, quite perplexed. It left me making the decision myself on who Hillary Rodham Clinton is.

        I liked the book very much and the way it was written was refreshing, unlike other authors of contemporary history who are rather boring. I have to admit that the book was written well to keep me reading page after page since I do get bored quite easily.

        Well to close this, the book is a good read, better read it even if it’s a little out of date already.




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