I still say Hillary is the One, that is, the new Nixon - respected for the resume and endless experience, lacking the personal touch, loathing and loathed by the press, and ethically challenged.
However, in a metaphor shift, I am now thinking that Hillary is also Lyndon Johnson. The year is 1968, the Vietnam War had shifted to Johnson's "I have no plan beyond feeding the meatgrinder" phase, and countless kids were hiding out on our college campuses to avoid the draft and work against Johnson.
Their initial savior was Eugene McCarthy, the nobody from nowhere (sorry, Minnesota) antiwar poet-Senator who played Pied Piper to Vietnam-era youth. McCarthy did well enough against Johnson in New Hampshire, losing by 49-42 percent, that Johnson took the hint and withdrew from the race.
The remaining establishment candidates were Bobby Kennedy, obvious heir to the Kennedy legacy and machine, and Minnesota's own Hubert Humphrey, Johnson's loyal VP. The current script calls for those roles to be filled by... well, Joe Biden? Elizabeth Warren? Why not? Joe Biden can play Humphrey but since he can't excite the young Dems troubled by the business as usual Democratic establishment, Elizabeth Warren needs to become Bobby Kennedy (just don't get shot, please).
Sanders/McCarthy will carry on to the convention, and we will see.
Or since you ask, maybe this is 1972 and Sanders is George McGovern, the youth darling and eventual Dem nominee who carried one entire state against Nixon.
Back to the future!