Barnes, Fred
May 1995
New Republic;5/15/95, Vol. 212 Issue 20, p12
Criticizes U.S. President Bill Clinton for his lack of consistent views on social and political issues facing the country in the wake of the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in May 1995. Highlights on the statements made by President Clinton in reaction to the Oklahoma bombing; Explanation that President Clinton's changing stance on issues is tactical rather than strategic; Vacillation of President Clinton in linking the incendiary talks of his critics to the Oklahoma bombing; Suggestion that President Clinton can make the revival of moral and social values as the agenda of his presidency.


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