No, because two years ago I already would not have voted for her. And also:
But I think the free market of ideas, the academic community, the open architecture of communication that is even greater now than it was in the past, are the proper fora for this kind of engagement, and that’s where I hope it is worked out.
This from the candidate who believes BDS movements should be criminalized in the States and railed against. Which is already happening, largely by democrats such as that new Cuomo thing/person, and Feinstien's hubby. Campuses across the country. Etc. Yawn. Meet a humanitarian movement or democratic (voting system) nationalist government, meet a US government that opposes it if US companies can instead gain wealth via a dictator or training Honduras death squads, etc.
It's not that the US doesn't learn from history. It's that so far it is immune to consequences. So whatever.