Bill Clinton Explains Himself
"Clinton is the personification of all Americans: vigorous, ambitious, flawed, talented, vain, sensitive and persistent."
Preston Foster
Princeton, U.S.

I just finished reading President Bill Clinton's side of the story [June 28]. He's still his same old charming self and one of our greatest Presidents, in spite of his weaknesses. And who has none? Under Clinton, the U.S. economy was great. The deficit was eliminated. No devastating wars. No killings. I'd vote for him again if he could run—and I'm an old-time Republican.
Ellen Ruark

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