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CRITICISM

Acocella, Joan. “Shrink to Fit: A New Biography Puts Hillary Clinton on the Couch.” New Yorker 75, no. 38 (13 December 1999): 98-100.

Acocella evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of Hillary's Choice.

Douglas, Claire. “Shrink-Wrapped.” Washington Post Book World (2 January 2000): 3.

Douglas asserts that Sheehy fails to...

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CRITICISM

Acocella, Joan. “Shrink to Fit: A New Biography Puts Hillary Clinton on the Couch.” New Yorker 75, no. 38 (13 December 1999): 98-100.

Acocella evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of Hillary's Choice.

Douglas, Claire. “Shrink-Wrapped.” Washington Post Book World (2 January 2000): 3.

Douglas asserts that Sheehy fails to offer a rational, consistent, or original point of view in Hillary's Choice, but notes that Sheehy does provide some interesting new information about Hillary Clinton's college and law school years.

Tolstaya, Tatyana. “President Potemkin.” New Republic 204, no. 21 (27 May 1991): 27-30, 32-5.

Tolstaya criticizes Sheehy for being insufficiently knowledgeable about Soviet culture, history, and politics in The Man Who Changed the World.

Additional coverage of Sheehy's life and career is contained in the following sources published by the Gale Group: Contemporary Authors, Vols. 49-52; Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Vols. 1, 33, 55, 92; Contemporary Popular Writers; Literature Resource Center; and Major 20th-Century Writers, Ed. 1.

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