Change Partners And Dance

Monica Lewinsky's new lawyers are ready and willing to cut an immunity deal with Ken Starr. For Bill Clinton, that's not good news

If you happen to be a young woman trying to extricate yourself from a sex scandal, one in which you face the real possibility of indictment, vamping in a photo spread for the nation's glossiest magazine might seem like a funny idea of favorable pretrial publicity. If you try it at all, you might want to stick to a simple outfit and a pensive expression, the kind of thing that says Innocence Under Siege. Then again, you might be Monica Lewinsky. In the July issue of Vanity Fair, which goes on newsstands this week, the world's most famous former White House...

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