Second Coming

Crowley, Michael
October 2005
New Republic;10/3/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 14, p10
Offers a look at the Clinton Global Initiative, a conference organized by former U.S. President Bill Clinton to discuss topics such as poverty, climate change, religious strife, and Third World governance. Reference to Clinton's need for adulation; List of guests who attended the conference, including Sandy Berger, Madeleine Albright, Richard Parsons, Rupert Murdoch, and Angelina Jolie; Report that Clinton claims to have secured over $1.25 billion in specific commitments from conference attendees to fund projects; Opinion of the author that Clinton wants to demonstrate his total understanding of global affairs.


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