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  • Kirsten shared from Big Girls Don't Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women by Rebecca Traister
    Many predicted that Clinton would be a pariah in the Senate: an entitled, carpetbagging celebrity, a health care vampire whom no self-respecting moderate would come near without a garlic necklace and whom hard-right Mississippi Republican Trent Lott had publicly speculated might be struck by lightning before she set foot in the Capitol rotunda. Six years later Clinton and Lott were introducing legislation together.
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  • Kirsten shared from Big Girls Don't Cry: The Election that Changed Everything for American Women by Rebecca Traister
    The path toward perfecting our union has long been marked by semicircles and switchbacks, regress, tragedy and surprising forward bounds.
  • Kirsten shared from This Boy's Life: A Memoir by Tobias Wolff
    He was clever. He had an arch, subtle voice that he used to good effect as an instrument of his cleverness.
(Clinton, MA)
Kirsten M. Lewis