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  1. CLINTON, WILLIAM JEFFERSON (1946): An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of the American Constitution</i> by NEAL DEVINS, 2000
  2. CLINTON, WILLIAM JEFFERSON [1946]: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Encyclopedia of the Modern Middle East and North Africa 2</i> by Michael R. Fischbach, 2004
  3. Biography - Clinton, William Jefferson (1946-): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online by --Sketch by Glenn Wright, 2005-01-01
  4. Putting People First: How We Can All Change America by William Jefferson Clinton, 1992-09-12
  5. William Jefferson Clinton : Great Speeches by Bill Clinton, Clinton, 1999-09-01
  6. The Meaning of Is: The Squandered Impeachment and Wasted Legacy of William Jefferson Clinton by Bob Barr, 2004-07
  7. The Impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton by R. Emmett TyrrellJr., 1997-10-01
  8. William Jefferson Clinton (Profiles of the Presidents) by Ann Heinrichs, 2002-01
  9. So...Help Me God! An Inspired Letter to President William Jefferson Clinton by April Shenandoah, 1999-05-07
  10. William Jefferson Clinton: 42nd President of the United States (Presidents of the United States) by David R. Collins, 1995-09
  11. The Breach : Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton by Peter Baker, 2000-09-18
  12. William Jefferson Clinton: Forty-Second President of the United States (Encyclopedia of Presidents) by Zachary Kent, 1994-08
  13. Poetry Under Oath: From the Testimony of William Jefferson Clinton and Monica S. Lewinsky
  14. No One Left to Lie To: The Triangulations of William Jefferson Clinton by Christopher Hitchens, 1999-04-01

61. Chelsea Clinton - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Online encyclopedia article on Bill and Hillary Clinton s daughter.
Chelsea Clinton
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is the latest accepted revision accepted on 22 October 2010 Jump to: navigation search Chelsea Clinton
Chelsea Clinton speaking during a campaign stop in Philadelphia Pennsylvania , April 2008. Born February 27, 1980
Little Rock
Arkansas USA Alma mater ... M.P.H Religion United Methodist Spouse Marc Mezvinsky (m. 2010–present) Parents Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton Chelsea Victoria Clinton (born February 27, 1980) is the only child of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton Chelsea was born in Little Rock, Arkansas during her father's first term as Governor of Arkansas . She attended public schools there until her father's election to the Presidency of the United States at which time she attended and graduated from the private Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. She continued her education at Stanford University , receiving a bachelor's degree in history, and earned master's degrees from University College, Oxford , and Columbia University 's Mailman School of Public Health . She is presently pursuing a doctoral degree at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

62. CLINTON, WILLIAM JEFFERSON School Rating Detail / Grades KG-5 - COMPTON, CA
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63. Chelsea Clinton News - The New York Times
Articles about Chelsea Clinton from the archives of The New York Times.

64. Clinton, William Jefferson
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65. Roger Clinton, Jr. - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Online encyclopedia article on Clinton s half brother.,_Jr.
Roger Clinton, Jr.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This biographical article needs additional citations for verification . Please help by adding reliable sources . Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately , especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (March 2010) Roger Clinton, Jr. Born July 25, 1956
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Roger Cassidy Clinton, Jr. (born July 25, 1956) is an American actor, musician and the half-brother of President Bill Clinton Clinton, Jr., was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas citation needed , the son of Virginia Clinton Kelley and Roger Clinton, Sr. , who were Bill Clinton’s mother and stepfather, respectively. As a child, Bill often had to protect Roger from his periodically alcoholic and abusive father. Roger became a musician and formed a rock band, which Bill Clinton described as talented in his autobiography.
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In 2001, he was pardoned by his brother for a 1985 conviction related to cocaine for which he had served a year in jail. The pardon removed his criminal conviction from records.

66. Clinton, William Jefferson Encyclopedia Topics |
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67. USA TODAY Special Report – The Smokestack Effect – Clinton, William Jefferso
USA TODAY Special Report – The Smokestack Effect – Toxic Air and America’s Schools, Clinton, William Jefferson Compton, California

68. Bill Clinton —
Biographical article from the Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia.

69. Clinton, William Jefferson.(Review) - Biography | HighBeam Research - FREE Trial
Clinton, William Jefferson.(Review) find Biography articles. div id= bedoc-text The Breach Inside the Impeachment and Trial of William Jefferson Clinton. Peter Baker.

70. Clinton, William Jefferson Biography -
1946 Born on August 19th in Hope, Arkansas. He was the first Democratic president since Franklin D. Roosevelt to win a second term. 1968 - He won a Rhodes Scholarship to
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1946 - Born on August 19th in Hope, Arkansas. He was the first Democratic president since Franklin D. Roosevelt to win a second term. 1968 - He won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University. 1973-1976 - He became a professor at University of Arkansas Law School. - Received a law degree from Yale University and entered politics in Arkansas. - Married Hillary Rodham, a graduate of Wellesley College and Yale Law School. 1978 - He was elected on his first term as the Governor of Arkansas. 1986-1987 - He became the Chairman of National Governors' Association. 1988 - Delivered a presidential nominating speech for Michael Dukakis. 1992 - He won the presidential election against George H. W. Bush and H. Ross Perot and was elected as the 42nd president of United States of America. 1993 - He introduced educational reforms in Arkansas public schools and initiated state-wide teacher competency testing.

71. Bill Clinton - Conservapedia
Article from an online conservative encyclopedia.
Bill Clinton
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Jump to: navigation search Bill Clinton nd President of the United States Term of office
January 20, 1993 - January 20, 2001 Political party Democratic Vice President Al Gore Preceded by George H. W. Bush Succeeded by George W. Bush Born August 19, 1946
Hope, Arkansas
Spouse Hillary Rodham Clinton Religion Baptist Bill Clinton (formally William Jefferson Clinton ; born William Jefferson Blythe III) (1946—) a Democrat, was president of the United States, elected in 1992 and reelected in 1996. Previously he had served as governor of Arkansas. His administration was characterized by sustained prosperity, a budget surplus, free trade internationally, military interventions in southeastern Europe, reform of the New Deal welfare system, and an impeachment. While Clinton takes economic credit, most of the success in his era can be traced to Republican majorities in Congress that crafted welfare reforms and a budget surplus. The House of Representatives would impeach Clinton for his role in the Monica Lewinsky scandal. In the Senate, Clinton was acquitted of lying under oath and remained in office. Clinton, a policy wonk, was (with Ronald Reagan) one of the two best campaigners in recent decades. Although a mediocre speaker Clinton became known as "the Great Campaigner." His discursive style is personal and intimate, yet, thanks to television, was vicariously enjoyed by large audiences. Like Ronald Reagan. Clinton used his rhetorical skills to achieve political success; he survived despite legislative defeats, repeated scandal (he was notorious as a womanizer) and an actual impeachment.

72. North Korea Frees 2 U.S. Journalists - World News - Asia-Pacific - North Korea -
Two American journalists were flying back to the U.S. early Wednesday with Bill Clinton after North Korean leader Kim Jong Il pardoned them following a meeting with the former
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  • 73. Dialogue On Race-- Show Transcript
    Transcript of 1998 broadcast discussion on race in America.
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    PRESIDENT CLINTON (tape): Over the coming year I want to lead the American people in a great and unprecedented conversation about race. JIM LEHRER: President Clinton launching his initiative on race last year at the University of California at San Diego. PRESIDENT CLINTON: We have talked at each other and about each other for a long time. It's high time we all began talking with each other. JIM LEHRER: Tonight the conversation continues. A dialogue on race with President Clinton. A Dialogue on Race. JIM LEHRER: Good evening. Welcome to an hour of conversation with President Clinton about race in America. Welcome to you, Mr. President. PRESIDENT CLINTON: Thank you, Jim. JIM LEHRER: The president's conversation will be with eight Americans, four NewsHour regulars: Essayist Richard Rodriguez of the Pacific News Service, Roger Rosenblatt, and Clarence Page of the "Chicago Tribune," and regional commentator Cynthia Tucker of the "Atlanta Constitution." Plus four others: Roberto Suro of "The Washington Post," author of a recent book on Hispanic Americans; Kay James, dean of Regent University School of Government; Elaine Chao, former head of United Way of America, now at the Heritage Foundation; and Sherman Alexie, novelist, poet, and screenwriter. Keep in mind, please, that whatever their affiliation and most importantly their race, each is here as an individual, speaking only for him or herself.

    74. Clinton, William Jefferson School In Compton, CA - Test Results, Rating, Ranking
    Student Enrollment 518 County Name Los Angeles District Name Compton Unified The type of school district UNIFIED The type of school ELEMENTARY
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    The type of school district: UNIFIED The type of school: ELEMENTARY Latitude: 33.89613 Longitude: -118.18396 Change in API from 2005 to 2006: 11 (674 to 685) Met 17 out of 17 AYP criteria ELA Participation Rate African American: 100% (77 tested out of 77) Math Participation Rate African American: 100% (77 tested out of 77) ELA Participation Rate American Indian: 100% (1 tested out of 1) Math Participation Rate American Indian: 100% (1 tested out of 1) ELA Participation Rate Filipino: 100% (2 tested out of 2) Math Participation Rate Filipino: 100% (2 tested out of 2) ELA Participation Rate Hispanic: 100% (435 tested out of 435) Math Participation Rate Hispanic: 100% (435 tested out of 435) ELA Participation Rate Pacific Islander: 100% (1 tested out of 1) Math Participation Rate Pacific Islander: 100% (1 tested out of 1) ELA Participation Rate Socioeconomic Disadvantaged: 100% (511 tested out of 511) Math Participation Rate Socioeconomic Disadvantaged: 100% (511 tested out of 511) ELA Participation Rate English Learner: 100% (405 tested out of 405) Math Participation Rate English Learner: 100% (405 tested out of 405)

    75. BBC NEWS | Programmes | Panorama | The Clinton Interview
    2004 interview on the BBC program Panorama. Video, 4805 minutes, and text transcript.
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      Bill Clinton's eight years as President of the United States were marked by controversy. On the one hand, he tamed the US economy, tried to bring peace to Ireland and the Middle East, and developed a new politics, the Third Way. Click here to download or view a transcript of the programme On the other hand, despised and pursued by his political opponents, Clinton became the first president in over a century to be impeached by Congress whilst still in office.

    76. President Clinton's First Inaugural
    Collection of inaugural photographs.
    T hese photographs of President Clinton's first inaugural in were taken by the staff of the Smithsonian's Office of Imaging, Printing and Photographic Services as part of their continuing documentation of historic events. Photo Credits and Acknowledgements A erial view of the "Reunion on the Mall" held as part of the Clinton/Gore Inaugural. With tents stretching from the Capitol to the Washington Monument, it was reported to be the largest festival ever held on the Mall. This photo was taken from a U.S. Park Police helicopter hovering so the top of the Monument is in the foreground of the picture. D ramatic night photo of the Washington Monument covered by lights during the ceremonies marking the opening of the Clinton/ Gore Inaugural. The Lincoln Memorial and a bank of spotlights is in the background. This photo was taken from the top of the clock tower on the Smithsonian Castle building on the Mall. H illary Clinton greets visitors and shakes hands along a fence on the Mall in Washington during her visit to "The Reunion on the Mall" held as part of the Clinton/Gore Inaugural.

    77. The Clinton 1997 Inauguration
    Collection of photographs. Some video and audio files.
    C ontents C overage of the Inauguration and its related events can be viewed either from the menu below, or from the navigation bar above which appears at the top of each page. Preparations B uilding the pavilions on the National Mall for the events the weekend before the inauguration. American Journey A n American Journey" on the Mall featuring technology, music, food, and more. Swearing-in T he Swearing-in Ceremony, held on the west front of the United States Capitol Building. Parade T he Inaugural Parade, from the Capitol to the White House down Pennsylvania Avenue. Fireworks A spectacular fireworks display launched simultaneously from ten locations around the city. Inaugural Balls T he Inaugural Balls, held the evening after the swearing-in ceremony.
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    78. Inauguration '97
    Coverage of inaugural events and analysis of prospects for Clinton s second term.
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    Clinton's Hope for Next Century
    The first day of the second Clinton administration, a historic day of patriotism and apple pie, began with the president delivering an address that emphasized his desire for harmony and a spot in the history books . One correspondent described it as a "best-behavior inauguration" a day when cynicism retreated in D.C. All the inaugural stories from today's Post
    Gall at the Ball? Imagine That!

      The parties are over, and the Clintons have shuffled through their last dance at a record 14 inaugural balls. Our reporters on the scene called it as they experienced it, and report that an inaugural ball is indeed something you have to experience once in your lifetime.

    Bill Clinton's Second Term
      Four years ago Bill Clinton, heralded as the new kid in town, represented a changing of the guard in the White House. This time around he faces the wary familiarity that marks all second terms. Take a look ahead and back with the print edition's inaugural supplement

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    79. Politics (Bill & Hillary Clinton)
    The Urban Legends Web site considers whether there is evidence to support several allegations against the Clintons.
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    Hillary Clinton was named after famed mountain climber Sir Edmund Hillary.
    Soon after the Clintons moved into the White House, Hillary threw a lamp at her husband in a fit of rage. The Clintons are charging rent to the Secret Service agents assigned to protect them. New York Senator Hillary Clinton refused to meet with a delegation of Gold Star mothers. A former Secret Service agent gives his unvarnished opinion of the Clinton, Gore, and Bush families. A KFC outlet in New York advertised a ' Hillary Special Hillary Clinton helped free two Black Panthers accused of torturing and murdering Alex Rackley. Democrats and the Clinton administration received more campaign contributions from Enron and were more accommodating of Enron's lobbying efforts than Republicans and the Bush administration. Clinton administration failed to track down the perpetrators of several terrorist attacks against Americans.

    80. The Bill Clintongate Administration
    Reviews scandals of the Clinton administration from an anti-Clinton perspective.
    Build your own FREE website at Share: Facebook Twitter Digg reddit document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard']); document.write(lycos_ad['leaderboard2']); FORMER President Clinton.
    1998-2001 The Clinton Administration Page: a part of The Capitalist Conservative Republican Homepage
    Clinton Leaves Office! Jail to the Chief! It's official! Bill Clinton is no longer president! The most corrupt administration in the history of this nation is now over...yet the scandals haven't slowed down by any means. Even out of office, the FORMER president can't seem to abide by the law. Even his departure from office was a disgrace leaving us with three new scandals! Many have inquired as to the future of this page now that Clinton has left office. The CCRH's answer: This page will remain open as long as Clinton's corruption is an issue, both in and out of office, and most importantly for the history books. As the history of the Clintongate administration is written, many contemplate the central issue of Bill's term in office: his impeachment. Sadly the revisionists are already at work claiming impeachment was not warranted. This page will remain to set the record straight noting the Legal Justification that perjury is impeachable - The House was completely within its Constitutional rights.

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