Sorting out scandal's winners and losers

Feldmann, Linda
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/8/99, Vol. 91 Issue 50, p3
Looks at the winners and losers in the scandal involving United States President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. Preparations for final arguments in the Senate impeachment trial; How the scandal has impacted all those involved; Those who have benefitted; Emergence of the first lady as the most complex figure in the scandal; Gains made by the national Democratic Party.


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