Dereliction of Duty: Eyewitness Account of How Bill Clinton Compromised America's National Security

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Regnery Publishing, Jun 14, 2004 - Political Science - 216 pages

In Dereliction of Duty, Lieutenant Colonel Patterson reveals the amazing and cavalier disregard with which Bill Clinton treated our nation's most sensitive military secrets, the lives of our men and women in uniform, and the integrity of the office of president.
 

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This book casts former president Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Clinton, in an uncomplimentary light. Conservatives and Republicans love this book and naturally, liberals and Democrats discover a ... Read full review

Dereliction of duty: the eyewitness account of how Bill Clinton compromised America's national security

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No man is a hero to his valet--or his personal military aide, to judge by this memoir of the Clinton White House by a retired Air Force colonel who carried Clinton's"nuclear football" and had intimate ... Read full review

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Mission Aborted
23
An Officers Oath
31
The Finger on the Nuclear Trigger
47
Hillarys Football
59
Fear and Loathing
85
National Defense or Social Petri Dish?
97
CNN Diplomacy
111
The War on Terrorism
129
A Time to Move On
143
The Dangers We Still Face
151
President Clinton Foreign Policy Chronology 19932001
165
Reports and Scores
187
Notes
193
Acknowledgments
199
Index
201
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