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“The nearly universal assessment among them,” meaning aides to John and Elizabeth Edwards, “was that there was no one on the national stage for whom the disparity between public image and private reality was vaster or more disturbing. What the world saw in Elizabeth: a valiant, determined, heroic everywoman. What the Edwards insiders saw: an abusive, intrusive, paranoid, condescending crazywoman.”
–From John Heilemann’s and Mark Halperin’s “Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime” (Harper, 2010).