Taking the low road

Clift, E.
October 1991
Newsweek;10/28/1991, Vol. 118 Issue 18, p30
Criticizes Republican Sen. Alan Simpson of Wyoming for his tactics in the Thomas confirmation hearings. Simpson's low-road tactics; His declaration that he had lots of `stuff' against professor Anita Hill and his failure to reveal anything; Battle between Simpson and Nina Totenberg, one of the reporters who broke the Hill allegations; How he came across to the people who had once supported him.


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