The Nonpatriotic President: A Survey of the Clinton Years is a collection of essays covering Bill Clinton's years as president, starting with his inauguration in 1993, and ending with the 2000 presidential campaign. The book examines, sometimes with humor, a wide range of Clinton-centered issues: the role of the media in his presidency; the cult of celebrity that surrounded him - and which he encouraged - while in office; the conflicts crested by his wife's status as an unelected wielder of power.
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In her 20 years as a professional writer, Janet Scott Barlow has addressed a range of topics, including adoption, elective politics, country music, and feminism. In addition to her magazine writing, Mrs. Barlow publishes a monthly column on her website. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Book Description Chronicles Press, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0961936487
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