Here is part of the presidential candidate's long hidden senior thesis at Wellesley:
"A cycle of dependency has been created, which ensnares its victims into resignation and apathy."
This was her assessment of Johnson's War on Poverty. Quite a little neocon, wasn't she, as president of the college Republicans in her freshman year? Those looking through the thesis for some kind of endorsement for its subject, leftist organizer, Saul Alinsky, will be disappointed. Clinton is not a radical. She's a deeply pragmatic, high-minded centrist - much like her husband, without any of his charisma.