Clinton's Hamptons hosts

September 1998
Advocate;09/15/98, Issue 768, p13
Focuses on President Bill Clinton's participation in the fund-raising for the Democratic Party at in the Hamptons in New York. Participation of gay men and lesbians in the event; Other celebrity attendees; Lack of adequate press attention on gays' involvement in the event.


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