Perspectives on the Impeachment of Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon

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Perspectives on the Impeachment of Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon
The two recent presidents in U.S. history who faced imminent impeachment do not have much more in common than that dubious distinction. Clinton discussed how Nixon had related to him over their similar experiences: “He told me he identified with me because he thought the press had been too hard on me in '92 and that I had refused to die, and he liked that” (Wenner & Ritts, 2000, p. 84). Yet, these two presidents had entirely different contexts during their respective administrations.
Democrat Bill Clinton was born on August 19, 1946. He was a Rhodes Scholar and was the governor of Arkansas before he became the 42nd president of the U.S. He was the third youngest...
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