Feeling Your Pain: The Explosion and Abuse of Government Power in the Clinton-Gore Years

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St. Martin's Press, Oct 19, 2001 - Political Science - 432 pages
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James Bovard is no fan of Big Government in the US and under the Clinton-Gore administration. In his new book, Bovard looks at Clinton and Gore's record on such abuses and absurdities as taxes, gun control, the Waco fiasco, AmeriCorps, and federal funding of every program from those dealing with disaster relief to those that put on puppet shows in Northern California. He looks at Hillary Clinton's informal role in the government, as well as Newt Gingrich's poor stewardship of the Republican party in its quest for a leaner federal government. In the style that made Lost Rights a classic, Bovard takes us on a sentimental journey through the last eight years. It's a trip no one will want to miss.

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"FEELING YOUR PAIN": The Explosion and Abuse of Government Power in the Clinton-Gore Years

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Another of Bovard's harangues against the power of the federal government, this time focusing primarily on the Clinton administration's domestic policies and programs.Washington journalist Bovard ... Read full review

"Feeling your pain": the explosion and abuse of government power in the Clinton-Gore years

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Despite Bill Clinton's claim that the era of big government is over, Bovard (Freedom in Chains) portrays the President's terms in office as a nightmarish progression of unconstitutional federal ... Read full review

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James Bovard is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, Playboy and the American Spectator. He has also written for The New York Times, Reader's Digest, New Republic, Washington Post and Newsweek. He is one of Washington's most controversial journalists. Since 1993, his writing has been denounced by a flock of government flunkies.

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