Clinton's Rhodes brain trust

Bingham, C.
May 1992
Newsweek;5/4/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 18, p27
Explores the reasons why Democratic presidential candidate William Clinton surrounds himself with so many Rhodes scholars. Why these scholars constitute a true brotherhood of the upwardly mobile; Combination of slick ambition and earnest, almost naive idealism typical of Rhodes scholars; Speculation that he will choose fellow Rhodes scholar Senator William Bradley as his running mate.


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