BILL CLINTON, FROM ONLY SLIGHTLY CLOSER RANGE

It is 8 a.m. in Fresno on Bill Clinton's 28th trip to California as President, and he is jogging. Bleary reporters gaze as Clinton and his Secret Service detail shrink to dots, then gradually return from the far side of the Leaky Acres Groundwater Recharge Facility, where the President and his entourage can run undisturbed. Their path will take Clinton past a growing gaggle of children and teachers at the Viking Elementary School. They are shouting for the President to come by. But the jogging path and the schoolyard are separated by a chasm of tight security: two cyclone fences, a...

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