Partners in Power: The Clintons and Their America

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Regnery Publishing, Incorporated, An Eagle Publishing Company, Apr 1, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 526 pages
In this devastating dual portrait of the former president and first lady, an investigative reporter reveals the untold secrets of the most ambitious yet scandalous partnership in the history of American politics.

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Partners in power: the Clintons and their America

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Morris, author of National Book Award nominee Richard Milhous Nixon: The Rise of an American Politician (LJ 12/89), has written arguably the most damning indictment of the Clintons to date. In ... Read full review

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Anyone who knows anything about Roger Morris knows he's a journalist of the utmost ethics.
This painstakingly researched book - many of the sources cited can be found in the bibliography at the end
- pulls back the drapes on the Clinton partnership: for political power, definitely. The longtime relationship revealed between the Clintons and the Bushes (btw - it was the pilots of the planes involved in the Iran-Contra scandal who wrote journals, that were turned over to the author by the wife of one, that revealed extensively what was going on then in Arkansas).
That Clinton allowed Tysons Chicken to usurp Arkansas state / and federal mandates for pollution prevention - and therefore pollute the Arkansas waters there - speaks volumes about the double-speak, lying, pathos of two sociopaths masquerading as Democrats.

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