Talk:Hillary Rodham Clinton

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In the Congresspedia/SW merge an enormous amount of documentation and collected data on Hillary Rodham Clinton was left in the article history. Additionally, the SW version was the target of vandals to such a degree of frequency that it was constantly reverted and eventually page-protected to prevent vandalism. Through this process, more material was "lost" and is in the process of being restored.

Additionally, as it stands now, with all the additions made via the Congresspedia/SW merge, the article is still 40 kilobytes long. Recommend an effort be made by Congresspedia staff to alleviate the problem as there is no longer room for expansion. Given that Clinton is a likely candidate for the U.S. presidential election, 2008, this growth is almost assured. Artificial Intelligence 14:40, 17 Jun 2006 (EDT)

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I removed the statement "Having been named valedictorian of her graduating class at Wellesley," - this is not supported by a reference and appears to be derived from Wikipedia. In Bill Dedman's article "Reading Hillary Rodham's hidden thesis: Clinton White House asked Wellesley College to close off access", MSNBC, March 3, 2007 he wrote on page 3 that "Hillary Rodham (who wasn't the valedictorian of the Wellesley class of '69, no matter what Wikipedia has said since July 9, 2005) ..." --Bob Burton 16:47, 6 March 2007 (EST)