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How to Throw in the Political Towel

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How to Throw in the Political Towel

Election 2008

How to Throw in the Political Towel

How to Throw in the Political Towel

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After a long primary campaign, there is often a negotiation with the remaining opponent. Past requests have included prime-time speaking opportunities and the assumption of campaign debts. Madeleine Brand talks to Washington Post political writer Daniel Balz about what Hillary Clinton might request, if she decides to stand down.

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