Cooper, Matthew
January 1996
New Republic;1/8/96-1/15/96, Vol. 214 Issue 2/3, p12
Focuses on the participation of Jack Quinn, chief of staff to U.S. Vice President Al Gore, in the Senate Whitewater Committee hearings in 1995. Argument presented by Quinn in the hearing; Obligations of Quinn in coordinating the administration's response to the congressional Whitewater hearings; Lack of knowledge among White House officials about Whitewater evidence.


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