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Hillary Clinton's official presidential campaign launched this Sunday, just over eight years after she released a similar video announcement in January of 2007. Much has changed since the last time Clinton decided to make a bid for the presidency. Here is a look at five of the biggest shifts within the American landscape during that eight-year period, and how they will impact her run this time around.

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