Now what's next, Mr. President?

Sperling, Godfrey
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/23/99, Vol. 91 Issue 60, p11
Contends that the presidency of United States President Bill Clinton is surviving because he holds a so-called don't-rock-the-boat attitude. Views of people in the US about Clinton's job performance and morality; Loss of Clinton's good name; Views of historian Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. about Clinton's presidency; Clinton compared with other recent presidents; Clinton not trustworthy.


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