Hillary Clinton, the first woman to lead a major American political party's presidential ticket, accepted the Democratic nomination, asking that we face our problems -- domestic and global -- as a
unified nation. Clinton's call for cooperation represented a direct repudiation of Donald Trump's assertion in his acceptance speech last week that "I alone can fix it."
She described her opponent as a self-absorbed and unstable leader
antithetical to America's need for cool-headed and compassionate leadership.
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