WHITEWATER SHOWDOWN

DESPITE SIGNS OF A COMPROMISE, THE SENATE VOWS TO CONTINUE PRESSING CLINTON FOR DISPUTED NOTES

WHAT ARE BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON trying to hide? For three years the First Family has virtually invited that question, and thereby helped keep the Whitewater affair bubbling, by providing information only grudgingly. Never mind that they have, ultimately, turned over some 50,000 pages of evidence to congressional Whitewater investigators. The perception of stonewalling persists, and took on new life last week when the White House became embroiled with Congress in the bitterest showdown yet over Whitewater materials.

The latest fireworks exploded after the Senate Whitewater committee set a deadline of 9 a.m. on Dec. 15 for former White House attorney...

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