Then & Now, Part 1: Jan. 22, 2001

JADING JOBS You would think no post would age a man as much as leader of the free world, but though the hair is more salt than pepper today, Ken Starr, Yasser Arafat and Newt Gingrich seem to have inflicted only minor damage on the appearance of Bill Clinton. A nonscientific survey of some other men of a similar age and high-pressure milieu suggests that interviewing celebrities and yelling from the basketball sidelines take a greater toll on a man's dewy youthfulness.


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