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Clinton’s Historic Moment Tempered by Sanders, Who Won’t Go Away

Clinton is the first woman to earn the nomination of a major party in the U.S.
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Clinton's New Task After Clinching Nomination

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Hillary Clinton stands on the cusp of history as the first woman to be the presidential nominee of a major U.S. political party, after a drawn-out campaign against Bernie Sanders that exposed her vulnerabilities as a candidate as well as divisions among Democrats.

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