Looking back after HRC’s First 100 Days
AMERICA’S first woman president won last November by taking two large risks, transforming an election campaign that had seemed to be slipping away from her. One of those gambles, her hard-edged response to the Cuban-refugee crisis and post-Castro turmoil on that island, may yet pay off for her. The second, her populist “Contract with the Middle Class”, has hit early turbulence, bogging down the rest of her domestic programme.
Thought those already bored with 2016’s script (I mean OG commenters Likko, Truman, Ewiak, and any like-minded) might enjoy having some new things to speculate about even more prematurely.