Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine

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World Ahead Publishing, 2005 - Political Science - 291 pages
Bill Clinton rose to the White House proclaiming himself a supporter of women's rights, but this shocking expose reveals a pattern of disturbing actions that render his rhetoric hollow. Combining in-depth research and first-hand accounts, Candice E. Jackson proves that Clinton used his political power to harass, intimidate and terrorize the women who got in his way. And while Jackson stops short of morally condemning the former president for his philandering, her research uncovers an undeniable link between his liberal beliefs and misogynistic behavior. It's a discovery that should concern women everywhere, given that Hillary Clinton, his eager accomplice, might one day occupy the Oval Office.

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Candice E. Jackson, a self-described libertarian feminist, is an attorney and commentator. She formerly worked for Judicial Watch, a public watchdog group, and is a graduate of Stanford University and Pepperdine Law School. A recovering victim of domestic assault, her articles have appeared in Reason Magazine, The Independent Review, and other publications.

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