Do you take this man...?

Mayer, W.G.
February 1992
Commonweal;2/28/92, Vol. 119 Issue 4, p6
Ponders the effect of the issue of marital infidelity on Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton's presidential campaign. How Clinton has responded to attacks on his character; Why character is a legitimate issue; Statistics from public opinion polls on the ways Americans feel about adultery and politicians; Thoughts on Clinton's prospects; Negative implications for the Democratic party if he is nominated.


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