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A memoir focusing on the former first lady's trials and triumphs.
Mrs. Clinton was happiest when traveling to foreign countries, sometimes taking Chelsea and Bill with her. Foreign dignitaries and common people appreciated her; Americans, unable to accept such a groundbreaking figure, never did. That's one theme in this memoir-by-committee in which Mrs. Clinton often comes across as an observer of, rather than a participant in, her own life.