Bill Clinton: The Inside Story

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SP Books, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 342 pages
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Exactly who is Bill Clinton? Is he a man who can effectively lead America, or is he a political flash-in-the-pan? Covering all aspects of the numerous controversies surrounding the President, Robert Levin offers a major biography featuring interviews with Clinton's political friends and foes.
 

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Contents

Part
1
Home Fires
10
The TumingPoint
16
Years of Study
38
The Innocents Abroad
63
New Beginnings
84
A Higher Calling
97
Promises to Keep
113
Governor David Walters
207
Media Characters and Politics
215
Part Four
246
In Their Own Words
277
Responsibility and Rebuilding
288
A New Covenant for the Environment
300
Election
314
Acceptance of the Democratic Partys Nomination
329

A Man in a Hurry
123
The Comeback Kid
146
Part
184
Acknowledgements
338
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About the author (1992)

Robert Levin is Director and Fellow of the Center for the Integrative Study of Work (CISW) at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Scholar-in-Residence in the university's Graduate School.

Landres is a doctoral candidate in religious studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara and in social anthropology at Oxford University.

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