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White House Notebook

December 2, 1996 For nearly four years now, the White House has been rife with factions and rivalries. Dick Morris versus Harold M. Ickes. The New Democrats versus the traditional liberals. The Arkansans versus the veterans of the "war room." All the inherent contradictions in President Clinton, that is, have been in battle...

Sweeping Clean

November 16, 1996 his time, he got the order right. President Clinton first picked a White House chief of staff. Only then did he set to work on reshaping his Cabinet. He tried it the other way during the transition to his first term in the White House, and that approach caused him...

Clinton: The Sequel

August 24, 1996 e've seen this campaign before: Bill Clinton as the tough-minded New Democrat, a family values guy, a crime-fighting sportsman who's careful about how he'll spend the taxpayers' hard-earned dough. That was how he got elected in 1992. He ran to the Right and ended the Democrats' string of presidential defeats....

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