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  • Bill Clinton Bill Clinton
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    Bill Clinton Bill Clinton was born as William Jefferson Blythe in Hope, Arkansas on August 19, 1946. He is still alive and currently serves as the president of the United States. Clinton's father was killed in a car accident three months before he was born. His mother, Virginia, was forced to leave young William to be brought up by his grandparents while she pursued a career in nursing. In 1950 Clinton's mother got married to a car salesman named Roger Clinton. Bill was so influenced by his step...
  • Democratic Candidates Clinton
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    1992 Presidential Election As the voting began in the New Hampshire primary, there were only five serious contenders for the Democratic nomination. The list included Paul Tsongas (Mass. ), Bill Clinton (Ark. ), Tom Harkin, Jerry Brown (California), and Bob Kerrey (Neb. ). Clinton's strategy was to present himself as a candidate of substance by offering specific proposals that addressed most of the major problems facing the U.S. He positioned himself as a visionary leader by proposing bold progra...
  • President Clinton
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    The President Was Hunted Politically The Hunting of the President presented an argument by Harry Thomason and Nickolas Perry that from 1990 to 2000 a group of people were committed to destroying the reputation of William (Bill) Jefferson Clinton. Through elaborate testimonials, the claim is that this group of well-funded individuals as well as media attempted to gain from Clinton's alleged misfortunes. The film begins with a narration that took place approximately ten days before the 1992 presid...
  • Clinton Issue
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    Josh Innes English Final Draft The Clinton Trial The Clinton scandal is finally over, the publicity, the accusations, the lawsuits, but now that its all over who is going to pay for it. Ill bet it will be you and me, the average american tax payer. After reading an article in the Times Magazine, the Clintons attorney fee which is $8,000,000. Where does this money really come from The money comes from the hardworking tax payers, people like us. Just thinking about it makes the blood in my body bo...
  • Clinton Health Care Plan
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    The Clinton Health Plan The health care situation in the United States is in dire need of a change. The United States spends more money on health care per individual than any other nation in the world (14%of its GNP in 1991), and that amount is quickly rising. Virtually everyone, from doctors to politicians, recognize the unwieldy situation of health care in America, and realize that something must be done. In order to attempt to correct the failures of the current health care situation, one mus...
  • Clinton And Dole
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    The Presidential Debates Between Bill Clinton and Dole Philip RubachaOctober 22, 1996 The presidential debates between democratic President William Clinton and Republican Senator Robert Dole proved to be a game of 'dodge-ball'. Bob Dole fired criticism and attacks while Clinton tried to 'dodge' them. Dole attacked him on most of his ideas, and his tendency to exaggerate. Clinton avoided the lies he made since the 1992 presidential campaign (brought up by Dole, of course) by revealing all that he...
  • Clinton's Impeachment
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    Interview: Views on Clinton's Impeachment The impeachment of Bill Clinton is one of the 'weirdest episodes'; in our political history. He is the only elected President of the United States ever to be resulted in the passage of impeachment (Johnson was not elected, Nixon resigned to prevent impeachment). The reason for his impeachment is that he lied under the oath during the testimony in the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit, and to grand jury during Monica Lewinsky investigation. He even abuse...
  • Clinton Health Care Reform Proposal
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    Medicare in the '96 Elections Among the many differences between President Bill Clinton (Democrat) and Presidential Candidate Bob Dole (Republican), lays a common debate topic, Healthcare. The issue is the fact that funding in Medicare's budget will not last but another four years. Both Republicans and Democrats have ideas on how this budget should be reformed, but the two have not yet come to a median resolution. In the beginning of the Presidential campaign Medicare was a hot topic. It will be...
  • Clinton As A President
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    As Americans we feel we have the right to know everything about everyone. Yet, when it comes to our own personal lives, we don't want people sticking their noses in our business. All over the United States of America you can turn on the television and see some talk show about "Who's the babies Daddy", or something that has to do with some obscene incident that no one would ever want to admit to have happening. As people we thrive off of other people's bliss and misery. It is a trait that every p...
  • Clinton Administration
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    Bill Clinton - Redefines Democratic-Republican In the early 1800's, the United States was but a promising seedling in search of viable political direction. The initial parties were known as the federalists and the Democratic-Republicans, the first of which soon diminished and the later eventually bisected. The result is the two party Democrat and GOP system which the majority of politicians of current day subscribe. However, many political and economic analysts find themselves perplexed by an in...
  • Impeachment Of President Andrew Johnson
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    Behind the current Clinton scandal stands the specter of Watergate. That it should be there is understandable. The bungled burglary at the Democratic Party national headquarters occurred twenty-six years ago this past summer. Next August will see the twenty-fifth anniversary of Richard Nixon's resignation as President of the United States. Watergate then is still very much a part of living memory, and living memory is the type of history most relevant to the general public because it is the hist...
  • American History Clinton Administration Every Election Year
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    American History CLINTON ADMINISTRATION Every election year, candidates come and go with all sorts of different issues. This year re-elected President Bill Clinton came up with the three main issues that every one wanted to hear about, Tax, Education, and Abortion. All through out his campaign he discussed ways on reforming these issues and we finally get to see what reformations have actually taken place since his re- election. Through out our great country's history, the Presidential candidate...
  • Impeachment Of President Andrew Johnson
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    Sasha Capelli As one goes through the timeline of United States Presidents, their choices, and their actions, one can notice how each leader of our country has evolved and differed. One also notices how similar as well as dissimilar policies and rules that apply to the president are. One example is the impeachment of a president on the United States. Two of our presidents have encountered such an experience, Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. When speculated, both these impeachments turned out sim...
  • Known As Bill Clinton
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    William Jefferson Clinton, commonly known as Bill Clinton, was born in 1946 and was the 46th president of the United States from 1993-2003. He graduated from Georgetown University, attended Oxford University and received a law degree from Yale University. His profession as a lawyer led to his political career. In 1974, Clinton became a Democratic leader in the U.S. House of Representatives, but was not very successful. In 1976 he was elected Arkansas's attorney general, and also won the Arkansas...
  • Old Bill Clinton
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    William Jefferson Clinton was born in 1946 as William Blythe, the son of a salesman who died before his son was born, and Virginia Dell, a professional nurse who became the single greatest influence in her son's life. Bill Clinton's mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, to study nursing. Bill Clinton stayed with his mother's parents in Hope, Arkansas. There his grandparents, Eldrigde and Edith Cassidy, taught him strong values and beliefs such as "equality among all a...
  • Clinton's Removal Form White House
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    In February 1994 the worse nightmare of American president Bill Clinton and whole his cabinet began. Paula C. Jones, a clerical worker of Arkansas appeared and accused B. Clinton from sexual harassment. President became to be a subject of a civil lawsuit. Trying to show Clinton's indulgence in women investigation uncovered Clinton's sexual affair with Monica Lewinsky. B. Clinton denied such affair in front of the public and also in front of the court while being under the oath. Later on, he admi...
  • Congress The Nafta
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    Congress is many times perceived only as a representative assembly of 540 individuals (435 members of the House of Representatives, 100 senators, 4 advocates, and 1 delegate commissioner). Yet, there is another very important part of Congress in which bills become laws. This part of Congress is made up of principles, structures, and traditions that are very complex which make up the law making process. Many times someone thinks that Congress is only handled on Capital Hill, but the performance o...
  • Meaningless Achievement Of The Former President
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    The Bill Clinton Award Winner The most deserving person in the world to receive the Swift Silken Thread for Meaningless Achievement Award is former president William Jefferson Clinton. He was president for 8 years. He has had many meaningless achievements during his life. Some were not even legal. One of his many meaningless achievements is receiving the longest haircut to ever shut down an airport. This is an achievement no one will ever come close to reaching. Mr. Clinton was at the LAX airpor...
  • Bill Clinton
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    Bill Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe on August 19, 1946, in the small town of Hope, Arkansas. He was named after his father, William Jefferson Blythe II, who had been killed in a car accident just three months before his son's birth. Needing a way to support herself and her new child, Bill Clinton's mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, to study nursing. Bill Clinton stayed with his mother's parents in Hope. There his grandparents, Eldrigde and Edith Cassidy...
  • Clinton Presidency And The Politics Of Ambition
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    Bill Clinton's Actions Stanley Bill Clinton's Actions Essay, Research Paper Stanley Renshons' High Hopes: Clinton's Actions Throughout Stanley Renshons' book, High Hopes: The Clinton Presidency and the Politics of Ambition, the president's ability to govern has to do with three main concepts: ambition, courage, and integrity. Proving this, Renshon believes that the presidents psychology explains everything. "By examining the range of choices available to the president as well as those he selects...

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