TITLE

Yawn

AUTHOR(S)
Wilentz, Sean
PUB. DATE
February 2000
SOURCE
New Republic;02/28/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 9, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Explains the reasons for the failure of political commentators align their views about the second term of U.S. President Bill Clinton with that of the opinion of the people. Job approval rating of President Clinton in the last year of his second term; Discussion on the notion of Clinton-fatigue felt by the public toward the Clinton administration; Exceptional job approval rating of President Clinton; Comparison of President Clinton's popularity during his last year in office with that of former President Ronald Reagan in the same period of his second term.
ACCESSION #
2807779

 

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