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New York Awards 2003

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Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton
It’s sold more than one and a half million copies and is published in 35 languages, but Hillary Rodham Clinton’s memoir, Living History, is much more than a best-seller. It has allowed Hillary to close the book, as it were, on her tumultuous White House days. And it proclaims to the world what we already know: that she has finally emerged as a serious player in her own right. Senator Clinton has been a compelling advocate for New York and an outspoken critic of the Bush administration who’s also managed to retain respect from GOP colleagues—Lindsey Graham likes her! Closer to home, she’s also laid claim to a key public-health issue: the uncertainty of the air quality around ground zero. Thanks to her skillful use of celebrity to command attention for the issues—and her voracious appetite for work—Hillary Clinton has become a huge force in the Senate. And, of course, the most whispered-about presidential candidate for 2008. —GREG SARGENT


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