Bill Clinton In The 1990s: Life Full Of Controversy Name Course ProfessorInstitution Date Bill Clinton In The 1990s: Life Full Of Controversy Bennett W. J. (1998). The death of outrage: Bill Clinton and the assault on American ideals. Simon and Schuster. Bennett’s book offers an insight into how both Bill and Hillary Clinton were once among those he considered as top reformers in education. He even appointed Hillary to head an academic commission at some point. During Bill Clinton’s tenure in office he had positive correspondence with Bennett and often shared positive opinions about Bennett in public. According to Bennet Bill Clinton was a pinnacle of talent engagement sharpness and inquisitive mind. But all these changed over time when he realized that the Clintons had a dark side. Bennett’s perception dramatically changed when he found out of the deep corruption associated with the Clintons. Among those he lists are urging defined a generation. OUP USA. Krugman P. R. (1997). The age of diminished expectations: US economic policy in the 1990s. MIT Press. Miniter R. (2004). Losing Bin Laden: how Bill Clinton's failures unleashed global terror. Regnery Publishing. Oberlander J. (2007). Learning from failure in health care reform. New England Journal of Medicine 357(17) 1677-1679. Patterson R. (2004). Dereliction of Duty: Eyewitness Account of How Bill Clinton Compromised America's National Security. Regnery Publishing. Schier S. E. (Ed.). (2000). The PostmodernPresidency: Bill Clinton's legacy in US politics. University of Pittsburgh Press. Skocpol T. (1995). The rise and there sounding demise of the Clinton plan. Health Affairs 14(1) 66. Sonner M. W. & Wilcox C. (1999). Forgiving and forgetting: Public support for Bill Clinton during the Lewinsky scandal. PS: Political Science & Politics 32(03) 554-557. Timperlake E. & Triplett W. C. (2000). Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton and Al Gore Compromised US Security for Chinese Cash. Regnery Publishing. [...]
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