I'm no strategist, but I'm betting that trotting out Madeline Albright to shame young women into voting for Hillary isn't going to have much effect. The number of women under 30 who have heard of her must be vanishingly small.
BTW, I promised to evaluate the Republican candidates acccording to Jonathan Haidt's moral foundations. I haven't forgotten, I just can't come up with anything useful to say. They are all appealing to a conditional fairness, that those who work hardest and play by the rules should get a bit more. Trump is most vociferous about that, though...
Well, I don't even know what the "though" is. What he does is different, and I can't define how.
The other moral foundations are all in play with the other candidates, but I'm not seeing much of patterns, except that disgust/sacredness is not as common as it's predicted to be. I'll tell you if I come up with anything smart.
BTW, I went to see Carly this morning with son and granddaughters. The eight-year-old is very much in latency and is all in for a woman candidate, so she now has Carly banners in her room. I liked Fiorina just fine, though she doesn't seem to be getting traction. I hope she's on every Republican's short list for VP.
For those who are interested, I am voting for Kasich. I am suspicious of charisma and fond of promises kept. If what we need is return to adulthood an normalcy, then he's the guy. If what we need is radical rethinking of foreign policy and economic adjustment for a new world, I'm thinking that favors Cruz. I'm not that fond of him, but "fondness" is not an important criterion.