Pants on fire

Kinsley, Michael
May 1994
New Republic;5/30/94, Vol. 210 Issue 22, p6
Comments on issues on the public debate over the allegations of sexual harassment by former Arkansas state employee Paula Jones against U.S. President Bill Clinton. Comparison with the allegations of sexual harassment against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas by his colleague Anita Hill; Relevance of Jones' story to an assessment of Clinton as a public figure; Public response to Jones' story.


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