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Six fascinating discoveries in the Free Beacon's 'Hillary Papers' story

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They are called the "Hillary Papers," a collection of notes from political science professor Diane Blair, a personal friend of Hillary Clinton, who died in 2000. The papers reveal some of Clinton's thoughts during her husband's first administration, as recorded by her friend. The Washington Free Beacon's Alana Goodman writes a story that peers into the trove of Blair's notes that were donated...

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