Female Journalists on Clinton's Fighting Chance Some argue that an emotional moment by New York Sen. Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire was instrumental in her winning the primary. Leading female journalists discuss the politics and pitfalls of a woman running for president.
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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

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.