Rosin, Hanna
March 1996
New Republic;3/4/96, Vol. 214 Issue 10, p14
Looks at the political career Anne Lewis, communications director to the administration of President Bill Clinton. Her loyalty to the Clinton administration; Response of Lewis when asked if she will agree to be profiled; Advantages of being a stealth strategist in the Clinton administration according to Lewis; Effort of Lewis to form the Back to Business Committee to defend First Lady Hillary Clinton on the Whitewater inquiry in April 1995.


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