This fascinating record chronicles Governor Bill Clinton's 1992 bid for the presidency by gathering editorial cartoons from some of the nation's premier magazines and newspapers. His meteoric rise from obscure origins as governor of a small southern state to his current position as the world's most powerful head of state presents political cartoonists with a unique challenge. For many people, in the United States and abroad, the dramas of the campaign created the character of Clinton. From the Gennifer Flowers debacle to Clinton's resurrection at the Democratic National Convention and the triumph of the election win, the incisive cartoons in this collection capture Clinton's emerging image in a way that no written word can. The forty-five contributing artists use these cartoons to depict the breathtaking and colorful events that only a presidential campaign can produce and offer hours of entertainment for any reader.
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Book Description The University of Arkansas Pre, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111557282897