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  • Bill Clinton - 683 words
    Bill Clinton The article I chose is called "Reinventing yourself" and it talks about research on memory. According to the author "who you are is limited only by your imagination". What does it mean? That's what I will try to explain on the following couple pages. As I understood this article, it's talking about how our imagination influences the memory. It starts with the examples from people's lives. Bill Clinton told American people that he never served for Vietnam, and the reasons he gave appeared to be totally different from the reasons that came up after a research. Or, Gary Trudeau, cartoonist, that was telling people the same story for about 20 years about the way he avoided army, say ...
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  • Bill Clinton - 794 words
    Bill Clinton The article I chose is called "Reinventing yourself" and it talks about research on memory. According to the author "who you are is limited only by your imagination". What does it mean? That's what I will try to explain on the following couple pages. As I understood this article, it's talking about how our imagination influences the memory. It starts with the examples from people's lives. Bill Clinton told American people that he never served for Vietnam, and the reasons he gave appeared to be totally different from the reasons that came up after a research. Or, Gary Trudeau, cartoonist, that was telling people the same story for about 20 years about the way he avoided army, say ...
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  • Clinton Files - 1,309 words
    Clinton Files TEXT 1 On Sunday, January 21, 1996, according to Ms. Lewinsky, she and the President had another sexual encounter. Her time of White House entry is not reflected in records. She left at 3:56 p.m. The President moved from the Residence to the Oval Office at 3:33 p.m. and remained there until 7:40 p.m. On that day, according to Ms. Lewinsky, she saw the President in a hallway by an elevator, and he invited her to the Oval Office. According to Ms. Lewinsky: We had . . . had phone sex for the first time the week prior, and I was feeling a little bit insecure about whether he had liked it or didn't like it . . . . I didn'tknow if this was sort of developing into some kind of a longe ...
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  • Clinton Impeachment - 1,894 words
    Clinton Impeachment Clinton has been impeached for committing perjury and the obstruction of justice in order to try to cover up the present evidence associated with the Paula Jones civil rights case. In 1868, the House of Representatives impeached President Andrew Johnson because he unfairly fired his War Secretary. He was not removed from office because of a Senate vote of 35-19; he was one vote short of being guilty. In 1974, the Democrats marked President Nixon for factual reasons over Watergate and drafted Articles of Impeachment for thought by the full House. Before the vote his main advisors claimed that they would be unable to support him any further leading to his resignation. This ...
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  • Clinton Impeachment - 744 words
    Clinton Impeachment As the impeachment trial draws to an end there is much controversy about weather or not President Clinton should be impeached. Many say yes and many say no. The President of the United States should be one of the most influential men in our society, considering the fact that he represents this country before the world leaders. Wouldn't you like to know that your representative was a law abiding citizen of the United States? So if he is a law abiding citizen shouldn't the President of the United States be held to the same laws and punishment as your average Joe? Or maybe on a stricter basis considering that, again I state, he is this countries representative that negotiate ...
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  • Clinton Scandal - 478 words
    Clinton Scandal Let American Consumer Counseling Help you Get Out of Debt! Clinton Scandal The evidence against President Clinton for sexual misconduct is very strong. There have been too many scandals that have surrounded his presidency. This forces the citizens of the United States to deny his plea of innocence. In the spring of 1995, Monica Lewinsky graduated from Lewis and Clark College. She then started an unpaid internship at the White House. Allegedly in November of that year, she became involved in a sexual relationship with President Clinton. Shortly after this point Lewinsky was hired as a full-time White House employee. She left the White House for a public affairs position at the ...
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  • Clinton Vs Lazio - 928 words
    Clinton Vs. Lazio Many of the upcoming November elections this year create much friction and competition between the candidates. The New York State Senate race between Hillary Clinton and Rick Lazio has proved to very close and heated. eEach candidate has strong views on issues and puts up a good debate about each one. Hillary Clinton is the Democrat and Rick Lazio is the Republican in this election. This is a very close race and the winner will determine many of New Yorks views on future issues. Hillary Clinton, never having a legislative record, has been the First Lady to the President for 8 years. Clinton has been a resident of New York State for only a few months previous to the time she ...
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  • Crucible And Clinton Similarities - 641 words
    Crucible And Clinton Similarities Arthur Millers The Crucible and the scandal surrounding President Clinton can be compared in profusion. The old saying of history repeating itself is certainly proved true in this state of affairs (no pun intended), proving the timelessness of The Crucible. Key players utilized by Miller can be interpreted into many notorious faces portrayed by the media encircling our fearless leader. Although all comparisons are not players at all, but some merely concepts. The most obvious comparison protrudes from this circumstance like a sore thumb. This is the correlation between President Clinton and John Proctor. The primary similarity in their characters is the act ...
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  • Hillary Clinton - 451 words
    Hillary Clinton By Jenny Gerhold Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham was born on October the 26th 1997 at Edgewater Hospital, in Chicago. Her parents Hugh and Dorothy married in 1942. When Hillary was still young she learnt to stand up for herself. She told her mom that Suzy was bullying her and her mom said There's no room in this house for cowards. You'll have to stand up to her. Hillary later knocked Suzy to the ground and said Mom, now I'm tough enough to play with the boys! After this she became a natural leader She wasn't just interested in having power, but to help people. She felt sorry for the Mexican migrant workers , and organised neighborhood sales to raise money for them. She w ...
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  • Lewinsky Vs Clinton - 1,513 words
    Lewinsky Vs. Clinton Perhaps the biggest presidential scandal since the Nixon administration came to light in January 1998. This is when the now infamous Monica Lewinsky first appeared on our television sets. The American population did not know Ms. Lewinsky until the scandal broke. After the media was informed of the activities between President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky the little known woman was instantaneously the topic of conversation all over the world. The intention of this paper is not to figure out who was right or wrong in the scandal, the reasoning behind it is to show how the mass media shapes and implements our own ideas and opinions about people. Every opinion we have is some ...
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  • Power Of Clinton And Blair - 562 words
    Power Of Clinton And Blair "We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it" . In co-operation President Clinton and Prime Minister Blair are renowned for being capable and powerful politicians, be it through the media or through the publics own perceptions this has been shown through high profile world politics in which both men have had major roles. An example of this has been with the Kosovan war in which both leaders joined together showing how important their decisions were. Clinton and Blair have both proved their abilities in gaining public support and retaining the approval given to them from the majority in the form of power. Equally they have retained t ...
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  • President Clinton - 267 words
    President Clinton The content of President Clinton's speech was elaborated and over zealous. His focus was directed on three topics: the past, the present, and the future. In the introduction, he started by addressing the challenges that will be bestowed upon us in the next century. His first point being the history of the United States, beginning with the 18th Century. Then went on reciting selected text from historical documents, such as, The Preamble and The Constitution. The second point examined how the economy has come along the past four years. "Americans produced the great middle class . . . ," He insured the economical raise by the lower percent of poverty and unemployment. His main ...
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  • The Clinton Administration - 1,603 words
    The Clinton Administration American society is very unforgiving when it comes to their politicians. Mistakes and alleged scandals are scrutinized over and exploited by the media while great accomplishments may fall into the shadows. This is the case with President Clinton, who may be one of the best and most successful Presidents our nation has ever elected. Unfortunately, his impeachment and alleged sexual scandals are hovering over his accomplishments. Despite current criticisms, however, time will prove the Clinton administration a success in all aspects of society, international as well as national. One of Clinton's greatest accomplishments is the economy, which has prospered ever since ...
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  • The Clinton Health Plan - 1,687 words
    The Clinton Health Plan The health care situation in the United States is in dire need of a change. The United States spends more money on health care per individual than any other nation in the world (14%of its GNP in 1991), and that amount is quickly rising. Virtually everyone, from doctors to politicians, recognize the unwieldy situation of health care in America, and realize that something must be done. In order to attempt to correct the failures of the current health care situation, one must understand the problems that led to the deterioration of the health care system. Perhaps the main problem with health care today is that there are 37 million Americans without insurance, and another ...
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  • The Clinton Scandal - 518 words
    The Clinton Scandal Over the past month's our president William Jefferson Clinton has been under fire over his personal affairs with a young intern. Eventually in court he lied under oath about ever having a sexual relations with the twenty-one year old intern Monica Lewinsky. He also came out on national television and said he didn't do it, which really added up. Polls show that the presidential ratings are higher than ever. Many Americans believe that Clinton is doing a good job. His current ratings are about 65% so most likely the president will not be removed from office. They still believe that he did a wrongdoing but they seemed to forgive him because that's his personal life and out c ...
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  • The Clinton Sex Scandal - 2,319 words
    The Clinton Sex Scandal Rare is a person that crosses the path of the White House without some emotion of envy or awe. This building epitomizes world leadership and unprecedented power. This renowned leadership may be the only association made by certain countries, while in the United States many see an other significance: Watergate, Whitewater, Kennedy's brutal and mysterious assassination, and today, Clinton's "zippergate" scandal. When the President of the United States takes oath, he gives up a part of his life. His private life becomes the public's life, and they feel the right to know what happens behind the Oval Office. Now the Presidency must battle against Newspaper journalists, rad ...
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  • The Clinton Sex Scandal - 2,325 words
    ... n the late 1990s. "Perhaps we've reached a point where Americans really do compartmentalize to separate the president's public actions from his personal life", says Larry Berman, a political science professor at the University of California, Davis. "Today the voters realize they have a human being in the White House who has the same shortcomings and foibles that we all have," Davis adds. "It's like Melrose Place all the time." "The establishment of the office of independent counsel in 1978 also changed views of the presidency", says Shirley Anne Warshaw, associate professor of political science at Gettysburg College and author of "The Domestic Presidency". The Clinton-Lewinsky story "is ...
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  • The Impeachment Of Bill Clinton - 1,711 words
    The Impeachment Of Bill Clinton The Impeachment of Bill Clinton The government of the United States controls countless affairs in the world. They control everything from the currency to the court systems. Individuals are suppose to be able to trusting your government system, which has not been the case in many different circumstances. From Richard Nixon to the Whitewater scandal, the government has been everything but honest. Furthermore the President has not been honest either. He was the youngest governor of Arkansas and has been awarded with many different honors and still has misused his power. Bill Clinton has obstructed justice, carried on an affair while in presidency, and abused his ...
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  • Was Bill Clinton A Good President - 651 words
    Was Bill Clinton A Good President? Was William Jefferson Clinton a good president? In my opinion, Bill Clinton was not a good president. I am not saying he was the worst one we have ever had, but he did a lot of things to give himself a bad name to the citizens of the United States of America. Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States, was born in 1946 in Arkansas. Clinton is the second president to get impeached. He is married to Hillary Rodham Clinton, and he has one daughter, Chelsea Victoria Clinton. Clinton served two terms from 1993 to 2001. From the very beginning of his term to the very end, it always seemed as though he was in some form of trouble. The Whitewater scandal ...
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  • William Jefferson Clinton - 1,170 words
    William Jefferson Clinton William Jefferson Clinton: Bill Clinton was born on August 19, 1946 in a town called Hope, with the birth name William Jefferson Blythe. His birth father died in a car accident just three months before his birth. When he was born his mother sent him to live with his grandparents, due to the fact that because of the current economy she couldn't possibly support a child by herself. He lived with his grandparents for two years while his mother was away at nursing school in New Orleans trying to advance her career. His grandparents tried to instill in him strong southern Baptist principles and a desire to get a good education. When Bill was four his mother returned to H ...
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