Now, That's Networking

WHEN CHELSEA CLINTON REALIZED THAT HER DAD HAD WON THE election, she burst into tears. She was happy for him, but after all, any teenager might be apprehensive about moving into the White House. You can't wander off to the mall. And you never know when somebody's going to snap a picture, no matter how gross you feel. Chelsea felt that only one person could truly understand the pressures she is facing. So she talked it over with AMY CARTER, now 25, who was just nine when her father was elected. Clinton aides say one of Chelsea's greatest concerns is that...

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