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Clinton, Bill, 1946-

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View Resource The state of our union is the strongest it has ever been

Last night, President Clinton delivered his final State of the Union address. Crafted in partnership with Democratic members of Congress, the very ambitious address was a veritable laundry list of new initiatives and expanded programs, totalling hundreds of billions of dollars in new spending. Coming in at 89 minutes and interrupted 128 times by applause, the speech was the longest State of the...
View Resource Search the Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States

In early 2001, the Government Printing Office added Vol. 1 (January-June 1999) to its online collection of President Clinton's public papers, which are papers and speeches of the President issued by the Office of the Press Secretary. Users may access documents from the latest and previous releases via a keyword search engine at the search page. The full-text documents are offered in HTML and .pdf...
View Resource Final Report of the Independent Counsel In Re: Madison Guaranty Savings & Loan Association Regarding Monica Lewinsky and Others

Filed May 18, 2001 but released March 6, 2002, this 237-page final report details the comments of Robert W. Ray, the current head of the office of independent counsel that investigated various allegations related to Mr. Clinton and his conduct. The report reveals that, although there was certainly enough evidence to convict Mr. Clinton of perjury and obstruction of justice, Ray chose to not bring...
View Resource William J. Clinton Presidential Library

Located in Little Rock, Arkansas, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library is the official repository for the documents and related materials that narrate the life and times of President Clinton. Visitors to the site will find six separate sections, including Research, Biographies, Museum, and Education. In the Biographies area, visitors can find essays on both President Clinton and his wife...