Foer, Franklin
March 2001
New Republic;03/26/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 13, p14
Examines the jobs, which members of former President Bill Clinton's administration have taken, since the Republicans have taken over the White House. The surprising discovery, in light of Clinton-era scandals, that many ex-Clintonites are in reputable work; Their emphasis on policy work and think tanks rather than business lobbying; Motivations for this; Comparison to post-White House jobs taken by officials from the Ronald Reagan administration and George Bush administration.


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