Last week, at a joint appearance with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) in Ohio, Clinton told the crowd that “we’ve got to go big and we’ve got to go bold” to fix the nation’s economy.
But that was a rare moment of grandiosity. Mostly, Clinton’s campaign has seemed more cautious and prosaic than those of her rivals.
Her main primary opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), inspired supporters by advocating a “political revolution” — a clarion call that helped him best Clinton among young voters, in particular.