#Got1984? Hillary’s paperback version of memoirs leaves out some very important topics from first edition

Some of Clinton’s history rewritten in the paperback version includes Hillary’s sanctioning of the Honduran coup, her support of the TPP, changes from the hardback version on Columbia, Brazil, the Arab Spring…

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As was reported following the assassination of prominent Honduran environmental activist Berta Cáceres in March, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton erased all references to the 2009 coup in Honduras in the paperback edition of her memoirs, “Hard Choices.” Her three-page account of the coup in the original hardcover edition, where she admitted to having sanctioned it, was one of several lengthy sections cut from the paperback, published in April 2015 shortly after she had launched her presidential campaign.
A short, inconspicuous statement on the copyright page is the only indication that “a limited number of sections” — amounting to roughly 96 pages — had been cut “to accommodate a shorter length for this edition.” Many of the abridgements consist of narrative and description and are largely trivial, but there are a number of sections that were deleted from the original that also deserve attention.

Source: CEPR.


Originally published at TSON News by Three Sonorans.

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