Tag Archives: Bill Clinton

The Clintons: A Swan Song

Why did Bill and Hilary Clinton actually achieve so little, despite a quarter century atop American politics? A. They just like talking. B. Can’t deliver. C. System won’t let them.

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How the Clintons Pivoted America

Bill Clinton’s repositioning of the Democratic Party two decades ago continues to leave it adrift.

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The Two Clintons: De Facto Republicans

Why some Republicans are about to put one of their own in the White House: Hillary Clinton.

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Is Hillary Clinton a Warmonger?

A closer review of Secretary Clinton’s foreign policy experience and tendencies.

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Hillary Clinton’s Arduous Road to the White House in 2016

The Democratic Party’s likely 2016 presidential nominee faces many challenges.

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Clinton-itis as a National Disease

Clinton moneymaking, national “conversations” and the US policy agenda.

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The American Boulevard of Stolen Dreams: Part II — 1990s-2012

How has the American middle class fared under Presidents Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama?

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The Rise of the Plutocrats

Why have Americans been so tolerant of the rising gulf between rich and poor?

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A Eurozone Without Germany?

Would a German exit from the eurozone be good for Europe’s southern economies?

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The Democrats, Viewed Globally

Was the multigenerational, multiracial and multiethnic Democratic convention a reflection America’s melting pot society?

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