When the 2016 presidential election finally rolls around, many of the voters casting ballots will have been so young that they hadn't even attained what could be properly considered personhood when Hillary Clinton last occupied the White House.
Even more of them -- anybody up to, say, 30 -- will have only been children or adolescents during the Clinton administration.
For the youngest generation allowed to vote in the next presidential election, the Clinton years could be a hazy picture of the booming economy and budget surpluses that descended into the Bush years of 9/11, the Iraq War and the Great Recession. That is, unless conservative strategists have anything to say about it.
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