Why Hillary Won't Quit 

The New York Times recently ran down a list of women who might someday become the nation's first female president. Out of both courtesy and caution, it included Hillary Clinton, but the whole point of the exercise was that it is not going to be her. Her campaign is all but over, but that's no longer the point. She's ending it in a way to start all over ...

Read the rest of Richard Cohen's Viewpoint on why Hillary Clinton is staying in the race.

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