Nanny Outing

The first crusade of the Clinton years has millions of families worried about being scofflaws

What a strange kind of hunt it became, this search not for spies, or thieves, or traitors, but for . . . aliens? All last week across Washington, and in scores of smaller seats of government in towns around the country, there came the confessions. Commerce Secretary Ron Brown admitted that he had not paid Social Security taxes for a maid who had worked for him for about five years. In between plotting his four-part peace plan for Bosnia, Secretary of State Warren Christopher said he hired a lawyer and an accountant to take a look at his records. The inquisition...

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