The co-author of a new book detailing her loss in the 2016 presidential election says the Democratic candidate and her top aides could see the “tsunami” of populism building in places like Britain, but refused to prepare for its arrival in the United States.
You were cranky and tired and miserable. You were lonely and bitter. If you ever loved teaching, then that love had extinguished years ago. You were impatient, cold, smug and condescending.
Canadian writer Kim Korson had a typical 1970s suburban upbringing. And aside from the fact that her father wore makeup, cowboy boots, and full-length fur coats, and her newly feminist mother ruthlessly banned Barbie due to her being“an unrealistic role model for young girls,”not much stood in the way of Korson’s happiness.