The 2018 midterm election season has been variously described as the year of young women, the year of political upstarts and the year of antiestablishment, liberal insurgents. Donna Shalala, three-time college president and current candidate for the U.S. Congress, is having none of it. The Clinton-era cabinet secretary may be a seasoned and unapologetic member of the political establishment, but she considers herself a perennial upstart. And despite being a so-called woman of a certain...

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