"Hillary wanted to lock up the race early, and she hasn’t done it. Her lead in the national polls is irrelevant. It's all about what happens in the early primary states. She's redefining change as nostalgia. Her campaign is about building a bridge to the past, not the future, as her husband used to say," - Bob Shrum in the new New Yorker.

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