This is a speech Hillary Clinton gave at Keene State in New Hampshire during the 96 election cycle. She uses anecdotes and Bills position as a way to solidify her standing. She appears gracious, warm, and talks a lot about family and children.

What is now most famous about this speech is the term she uses: Superpredators. It is only a small piece of a long speech, but has received so much focus lately. Is it fair for people to focus on this one part? Why are other parts of the speech ignored? Has Hillary’s rhetoric in this speech been altered during the past 20 years?

I was unable to find a transcript of the speech but if you go out searching and find it feel free to post in the comments 🙂