Opinion

The mystery of Americans’ distaste for Hillary Clinton

She is paying the political price of being a strong woman playing what is traditionally viewed as a man’s game.

Clinton has long been controversial. As first lady to former president Bill Clinton, she played an unusually visible role in government—in particular masterminding a health-care reform package that ultimately failed, writes Walkom. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons by Gage Skidmore

By THOMAS WALKOM

PUBLISHED : Thursday, July 28, 2016 3:03 PM

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