There are a whole bunch of interesting contributions to the NYT's "what went wrong" symposium on the Clinton campaign, but Kathleen Hall Jamieson's short but sweet offering comes the best of nailing it: "key groups of Democrats tagged her as a candidate who abetted a Republican president’s unwarranted pre-emptive action." Jamieson thinks this is an unfair tag, but I still think it was a fair one, and Clinton's inability to convince me and other people like me that I'm wrong is why she lost.

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