Wading into Whitewater

August 1995
Christian Science Monitor;8/11/95, Vol. 87 Issue 180, p20
Editorial. Examines in detail the involvement of US President Bill Clinton and his wife in the Whitewater case. The investigations by the Senate, the House and, by special prosecutor Kenneth Starr; Denial of the allegations by Clintons; Odd behaviors displayed by White House staff after the suicide of deputy counsel Vincent Foster; Testimonies given by various officials involved in the case.


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