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  • President Clinton
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    Pardon Debate Does money increase power over the rest of the nation? President Clinton's last minute pardons before leaving the White House has left a lingering shadow over his two year Presidency. To understand this controversy, we would need to discuss the Mar Rich pardon, the Glenn Braswell pardon, and the negative impact that these had on the former President and former first lady. The article "A President and a pardon, a price?" written by Mark Mezzetti and Gary Cohen, stated that Marc Rich...
  • Dole's Attacks On President Bill
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    Trouble With Bill Clinton's Character In the article, 'The Trouble With Character' from Time magazine, writer Richard Stengel describes Bob Dole's attacks on President Bill Clinton's character during the second Presidential debate and explains why Dole's criticisms did not affect Clinton. Stengel begins the article by discussing how American parents do not want their children to aspire to become President as much as they used to. Most Americans feel that someone else should do the job, and this ...
  • Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton Vs Condoleeza Rice
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    Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton vs. Condoleeza Rice I believe that Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton has the better chance of becoming the first woman president of the United States. She is a former First Lady and has had input in the decisions of the Clinton Administration. She worked hand in hand with former President Bill Clinton. She is very smart, a firm believer in her causes such as, helping everyday people, the underprivileged and minorities, etc. Hillary is very outspoken and her voice is h...
  • 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...
  • President To Unreasonable Standards
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    This is an essay about why I think Bill Clinton should resign, and also why I think he won't. You see, Bill Clinton is a man without morals. Well, actually that's not quite true. He does appear to have morals; he just sacrifices them to expediency whenever the opportunity arises. If absolute selflessness with respect to one's values were a virtue, Bill Clinton would be the most virtuous president the United States has ever had. Fortunately, most people do not hold this view of morality or ethics...
  • Paula Jones Lawsuit Against Bill Clinton Lawsuit
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    Paula Jones' Lawsuit Against Bill Clinton lawsuit has been filed by Paula Jones, a clerk for the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission, for sexual harassment by then Governor Clinton. In her lawsuit, Paula Jones states that Clinton told an Arkansas State trooper to escort her to a private hotel room where she claims that she was sexually harassed. There are two sides to this case: Clinton states that he did not doit and that he has never seen this person before. Clinton's lawyers say that f...
  • Investigations Of President Clinton And His Administration
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    Dominique GanierMr. Waller AP American Government / February 6, 2002 Bill Clinton and Whitewater / Monica Lewinsky The "Whitewater" scandal was a real estate scheme by the White Water Development Corp. Both President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary Clinton were involved in the scandal to make a land deal. Many people were involved in the scheme, which was held in the 1980's in Arkansas. Bill Clinton and his wife maintained their funds by the support of the Madison Guaranty Savings and Loan, wh...
  • President Clinton
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    On Monday October fifth after a full day of historical debate, the House Judiciary Committee decided that there were grounds for President Bill Clinton to be impeached. The third presidential impeachment inquiry in history will be initiated due to the investigation of President Clinton's relationship with Monica Lewinsky. The decision continues the nations political hype that has infected the nation since the independent council report was released. With the media sucking in the country's intere...
  • President Clinton And President Nixon
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    Clinton vs. Nixon The resent scandal in the White House has brought my attention to the American Presidents as people and Presidents. Looking into the American history and her presidents I have found out that presidents are not just political figures but that they are also people. In my research I will compare and contrast two of the American presidents' current Bill Clinton and ex-president Richard Nixon. President Clinton and President Nixon both associated themselves with criminal actions. Bo...
  • Psychological Study Of President Bill Clinton
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    ST. JOSEPH, Minn., Dec. 17, 1998 - A psychological study of President Bill Clinton, conducted before the 1996 election, predicted that the Clinton presidency would be 'troubled by ethical questions and lapses of judgment,' but that the president would 'retain a following and maintain his self-confidence in the face of adversity. ' The investigation revealed serious flaws as well as redeeming features in the president's personality, and found his motives to be 'vastly different from those that sc...
  • President Bill Clinton
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    On August 19, 1946, William Jefferson blithe IV was born in the small town of Hope, Arkansas. William never had the opportunity to meet his father who was a traveling salesman. William's mother was still mourning the loss of her beloved husband who died only three months earlier in a tragic car accident. "As a small child, Bill lived with his mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, and her parents in Hope, Arkansas" (Maran iss, 1995). When Bill was a year old, his mother moved to New Orleans, Louisiana...
  • Clinton's Two Terms Of Presidency
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    An Unprecedented End The Final Days of the Clinton Administration. Perhaps one of the most interesting times in a president's administration is during the end of his term in office. Having reached the ultimate goal in a politician's career, a president no longer has to worry about public opinion or any of the other political give and takes that usually influence a politician's actions. He is truly free to act as he pleases almost free of consequences. Bill Clinton's final days in office certainl...
  • President Clinton And Ms Monica Lewinsky
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    impeachment is a serious offense. It is not a slap on the hand, nor is it a humble form of discipline. Impeachment is the most severe form of punishment a president can receive. To date, only two presidents have been impeached. Andrew Johnson (he was later a quitted by the Senate) and William Jefferson Clinton. Yes, Mr. Clinton did have inappropriate sexual relations with Ms. Monica Lewinsky. Yes, Mr. Clinton lied about these relations under oath to a grand jury. However, that does not constitut...
  • Private Bill Clinton
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    Is President Bill Clinton a Tragic character A tragic character is someone who is basically good, strong, intelligent, and not a martyr. A tragic character must have good fortune and be successful. A tragic character must also possess a tragic flaw, which in an attribute that would lead to a downfall. The character must also be of great importance or in a position of greatness. The character must have a good conscience, be well liked by the people, and do a job. Bill Clinton possesses two sides ...
  • Clinton's Presidency First Term Domestic Affairs
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    In announcing his intention to seek the 1992 Democratic presidential nomination, Clinton called for a jobs plan to lift the country out of its economic recession, tax cuts for the middle class, and a form of national health insurance. During the campaign, Clinton was pursued by questions about his character. He was attacked by some for evading military service and appearing to cover it up. Nevertheless, he won enough delegates to assure his swift nomination at the 1992 Democratic convention. For...
  • President Like Bill Clinton
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    Many presidents of the United States have been accused of having an affair. Most of these accusations can not be proven. The presidents usually get off the hook and nothing else is said about the affair ever again. In Bill Clintons case it is very different. He was accused of having an affair with Monica Lewinsky. Instead of letting it go, they decided to make a big deal about it and take the President to court. Of course, trying to protect his wife and daughter, the President lied under oath an...
  • If President Clinton
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    In January of 1998, President William Clinton; forty third president of the United States, was publicly accused of monogamy while in the office of presidency. The accusations were made by a female Whitehouse Intern named Monica Lewinsky. Lewinsky, whom was a Whitehouse Intern, claims to have had sex with President Clinton in the Oval Office of the Whitehouse. These accusations shocked the American public, but in recent polls that asked if Americans believed President Clinton, the polls were spli...
  • Presidency Of Bill Clinton
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    Sexual discrimination is still alive and well in America. Despite efforts to eradicate it, stereotypes and abuse make it difficult to distinguish. It has gotten so bad that, even at the highest levels of society it occurs. There have been many political cases that have raised considerable concern about this issue one such case involved the presidency of Bill Clinton, a man that raised public outrage because of his actions but who somehow was able to hold on to the reigns of his presidency. Clint...
  • 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...
  • President Johnson And President Clinton
    912 words
    Abuse ofAquittals The Acquittals Abuse of power has never been welcomed by society. Whether it is in the home, on the job, in our schools or in our government, society subjects these abuses of power to investigation and prosecution. The penalties can be a dismissal from their position, court marshal or impeachment for the president. According to Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution, the president shall be removed from the office on impeachment for and conviction of, treason, bribery, or oth...

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