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Female Journalists on Clinton's Fighting Chance

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Female Journalists on Clinton's Fighting Chance

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Female Journalists on Clinton's Fighting Chance

Female Journalists on Clinton's Fighting Chance

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Some argue that an emotional moment by New York Sen. Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire was instrumental in her winning the primary. A roundtable of leading female journalists — Gwen Ifill, host of PBS' "Washington Week," New York Times Managing Editor Jill Abramson and Linda Chavez, commentator for FOX News — discuss the politics and pitfalls of a woman's run for president.

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