Cooper, Matthew
April 1996
New Republic;4/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 14, p10
Book Review
Applauds James Stewart for substantiating the Whitewater story involving the acquisition of a property by U.S. President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Clinton in the book "Blood Sport." Suggestion that the public will lose interest in political scandals and controversies involving the president; Portrayal of the Clintons in the book; Contention that the Clintons are criminally liable for hyping the value of the Whitewater property; List of public officials who were instrumental in the Whitewater inquiry.


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