Running in Place: How Bill Clinton Disappointed America

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Andrews and McMeel, 1996 - History - 107 pages
A former chief political correspondent for The New York Times delivers a fascinating analysis of President Clinton's various missteps and misperceptions, showing how difficult it is for him to operate in the new Washington, the one that's petty, venal, and hell for anyone who falters--even for an instant.

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RUNNING IN PLACE: How Bill Clinton Disappointed America

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The title of this book by columnist Reeves (President Kennedy: Profile in Power, 1993) far exceeds its grasp. In 12 short chapters, which read more like distinct columns than the integrated sections ... Read full review

Contents

Politics by the Numbers
3
A Tale of Two Congresses
13
Bill Clinton Bothered and Bewildered
19
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Richard Reeves is a syndicated columnist and teaches at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California. He lives in Washington, D.C. and New York.

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