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Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton: A Short Biography On August 19, 1946 Virginia Cassidy Blythe gave birth to William Jefferson Blythe III in Hope, Arkansas(Beschloss). At the time this was not an important event but this child would later become known as our 42nd president.President Clinton was born to a single mother due to the fact that his biological father was killed in an auto accident several months before his birth. Approximately two years after little Bill was born his mother left him with her parents to seek...

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Bill Clinton Election of 1992

Bill Clinton was born August 19, 1946 in Hope, Arkansas. He was not born into a wealthy family. His dad died in a car accident when he was young. His mom remarried and Bill took the last name of his step dad which was Clinton. Before that, he was William Jefferson Blyth. Rodger Clinton was an abusive stepfather. Bill was very intelligent as a child he went to Boy’s State and then to Boy’s Nation. He shook John F. Kennedy’s hand at Boy’s Nation. This was said to be the point were Clinton knew...

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Bill Clinton: How Will He Be Remembered

How Will He be Remembered? People will always remember Bill Clinton, for what reason, however, might be different. Some might remember him as a wonderful president who helped our country pull through the millennium unscathed. He protected our environment, promoted education, strengthened our economy, dropped the crime rate, dropped our nation's poverty levels and had some victories with international policies. At the same time we have health care that is falling apart, some problems with the...

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Dichotomy Of Bill Clinton

William Jefferson Clinton, known as Bill Clinton, served as the 42nd President of the United States during a time of significant economic expansion and political conflict. Clinton’s presidency is characterized by dramatic highs and lows, resulting from his handling of a divided government, questionable character, and energizing personality. His legacy includes a mix of massive blunders and remarkable upturns, leading to widespread debate about his presidential greatness. Clinton’s presidential ranking...

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The Presidential Debates Between Bill Clinton and Dole

The Presidential Debates Between Bill Clinton and Dole Philip Rubacha October 22, 1996 The presidential debates between democratic President William Clinton and Republican Senator Robert Dole proved to be a game of "dodge-ball". Bob Dole fired criticism and attacks while Clinton tried to "dodge" them. Dole attacked him on most of his ideas, and his tendency to exaggerate. Clinton avoided the lies he made since the 1992 presidential campaign (brought up by Dole, of course) by revealing...

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Oklahoma City Bombing Rhetorical Analysis Bill Clinton

the current president of America, Bill Clinton, who had once resided in Oklahoma himself? Oklahoma City needed someone to soothe their pain and give them back their lost hope. Clinton uses rhetorical strategies of ethos, pathos, and logos to appropriate an empathetic tone to the victims of the bombing. Furthermore, he uses religion to explain that good things will follow for the victims, and that the evil which took place would not go unpunished. Doing so, Clinton got the community of Oklahoma City...

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Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton Bill Clinton is remembered as a charismatic leader who paid close attention to public opinion and let it influence his decisions. Around half of Millennials see Bill Clinton as the president who did the best job during their lifetimes and ended his second term with a 66% approval rating. A Sep. 22, 2010 poll conducted by NBC and the Wall Street Journal found that Clinton was more popular than President Obama. Clinton had a 55% approval rating compared to Obama's 46 percent approval...

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Bill Clinton

1946 in Hope, Arkansas, to Virginia Blythe and named after his father, who had recently died in an auto accident. He took his stepfather’s last name Clinton, after the birth of a stepbrother. After high school Bill went to Georgetown University, University of Oxford, and Yale University Law School where he met his future wife Hillary Rodham. Clinton then became a law professor at the University of Arkansas. In 1976 he was elected state attorney general; while serving in that office he was elected...

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How does a bill become a law? A bill is an idea for a new law, or an idea to change or do away with an existing law. Prior to a bill becoming a law, it must be approved by the United States House of Representatives, the United States Senate, and the President of the United States. Anyone can come up with an idea for a new law. However, only a member of Congress can introduce legislation so any one with new ideas for a new law must contact their Representatives to discuss their ideas. Once their...

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Clintons Fault for 9/11

Clintons Fault For 9/11 The Clinton administration was at fault for the 9/11 attacks. During the course of his presidency, Bill Clinton had more than a single chance to catch those responsible for the 9/11 tragedy. During his term of 8 years, Clinton had seen a fair share of terrorist attacks, all of which were quickly forgotten. Clinton not only sparked the attack on the World Trade Center, but he may very well have sparked hatred towards the United States by many of the Middle Eastern countries...

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