Citizen Clinton

With his memoirs and media tour, the former President launches his latest campaign. This time it really is one for the history books, and Ken Starr is a major chapter

Those are the non-nutcase books about [my] Administration," Bill Clinton said, pointing to three shelves, arranged alphabetically by author, in the study of his newly renovated barn, adjacent to his home in Chappaqua, N.Y. This is the room where he wrote, in longhand, most of the latest contribution to Clinton lore: his 957-page memoirs, titled simply My Life. It is a comfortable room--a plasma TV, couches and rocking chairs, walls lined with Native American paintings and pottery ("We've been collecting it for 30 years," he said)--and Clinton seemed in a comfortable mood as he sat down to be interviewed by TIME...

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