White shoe for Whitewater

Gest, Ted
January 1994
U.S. News & World Report;1/31/94, Vol. 116 Issue 4, following p8
Focuses on Robert Fiske Jr., an independent counsel to whom the Clinton administration has turned as its own leaders--President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary--face questions about committing wrongdoings in the Whitewater affair. Reserved white-shoe culture, the style of Fiske's law firm, Davis Polk & Wardwell; How Fiske must untangle the Clintons' dealings with James McDougal, their Whitewater development partner.


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