Hillary Clinton, Go Go GetterSusan B. Garland and Dean Foust
Throughout the 1992 campaign, Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton cast themselves as Log Cabin Democrats struggling to make it into the middle class. But since then, a new picture has emerged. Although they've attacked GOP "quick-buck artists" and "those who speculate in paper," the Clintons have put together a handsome portfolio. While Bill chose a career of public service in Arkansas and the meager income that came with it, Hillary became the designated breadwinner. In that role, she pursued an aggressive investment strategy that appears to have capitalized on her status as the governor's wife and on access to well-connected friends.
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