Crock, David
January 1994
New Republic;1/10/94-1/17/94, Vol. 210 Issue 2/3, p11
Focuses on the testimonies of four former Arkansas state troopers on the alleged marital infidelity of U.S. President Bill Clinton while he was Arkansas governor and continuing after his election in 1993. Attitude of President Clinton toward the state troopers; Dislike of President Clinton of babies; Views of President Clinton about his wife Hillary.


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