In Little Rock in 1979, Arkansas’ new first lady, Hillary Rodham, was viewed with skepticism. Then, after her husband lost his reelection campaign, she made the decision that taking control of — and reshaping — her image was a matter of survival. An excerpt from FRONTLINE’s “The Choice 2016,” coming to PBS Sept. 27.
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