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Hillary's Big Comeback

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton narrowly won the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary on Jan. 8, 2008, a surprise victory for the onetime front-runner that reenergized her campaign and reshaped yet again the fight for the party's nomination.

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Turning It Around
Article | In a campaign run by conference calls, this one stood out. It was Dec. 2, just a month before the Iowa caucuses, and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton was furious. She did not yell, but her voice, serious and deep, bristled with irritation over how things were going for her in Iowa.
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Clinton's Campaign in N.H. Touched Chord With Women
Article | To the pollsters and pundits, even the campaigns themselves, Hillary Rodham Clinton's victory Tuesday was a shocker -- "probably the most surprising political event that any of us can remember in a long time," said Rep. Artur Davis (D-Ala.), a backer of Clinton rival Barack Obama -- and the resul...

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