Bill Clinton Essays

  • bill clinton

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    Wen Feng Wu Bill Clinton Bill Clinton is the 42nd president of the United States. He is also the third youngest president in history. Clinton brought United State to one of the highest point in economic history. Clinton would be considered a “Charismatic Leader.” There are many aspect that demonstrates that he possesses charismatic leadership. Many people would agree with this and if you search up online charismatic leader , you would find him as one of the first few. As a charismatic leader he has

  • Bill Clinton

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    Faïmie Mercilien Bill Clinton known as William Jefferson Blythe III was born on August 19, 1946 in Hope, Arkansas. His mother's name was Virginia Cassidy and his father was William Jefferson Blythe. Bill Clinton never got to meet his biological father due to the fact that he died in an accident three months before he was born. Bill Clinton was taught to read at a very early age by his grandma, Edith Cassidy who practically raised him. In 1950 Bill Clinton’s mom married Roger Clinton who was a car dealer

  • Domestic Bill Clinton Failures

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    and foreign like the success of Clinton’s welfare-reform bill and his North American Free Trade Agreement or the failure of his health care plan and the refusal to sign an agreement to end a hazardous problem of landmines. However, President Clinton was impeached and not convicted because many people did not believe it was true and it was only a target of Republican zealots. In the year 2050, I think that historians will rank President Clinton a mediocre president because he had many failures during

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of President Bill Clinton

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    Introduction If one has not heard of Bill Clinton, either he/she is very young or likely lives under a rock. William Jefferson Clinton, best known to many as “Bill” served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001. Inaugurated in office at the age of 46, Clinton was the third youngest president (John F. Kennedy was the second youngest at 43, while Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest overall at the age of 42). Clinton was the first president to been born after World War II and

  • President Bill Clinton

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    Bill Clinton was born William Jefferson Blythe III on August 19, 1946, in the small town of Hope, Arkansas. He was named after his father, William Jefferson Blythe II, who had been killed in a car accident just three months before his son's birth. Needing a way to support herself and her new child, Bill Clinton's mother, Virginia Cassidy Blythe, moved to New Orleans, Louisiana, to study nursing. Bill Clinton stayed with his mother's parents in Hope. There his grandparents, Eldrigde and Edith Cassidy

  • Bill Clinton Accomplishments

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    William Jefferson Clinton, affectionately called Bill Clinton served as the 42nd president of the United States of America from 1993 through to 2001. Clinton has had a long history of serving the American people. He has notably served as Arkansas’ Attorney General from 1977 to 1979 and later assumed the role as its Governor from 1983 to 1992. During Clinton’s tenure as president, he made significant strides and accomplishments; he can be praised with the diplomatic handling of domestic and foreign

  • The Presidency of Bill Clinton

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    The Clinton Presidency William Jefferson Clinton?s eight-year term as president of the United States of America was one of the most corrupt, and possibly the most damaging ever. There is evidence connecting him to hundreds of deaths, injuries, and explosions. He, along with his administration, made a number of ?Faustian bargains and policy blunders? (Timperlake) that allowed a malicious, rancorous government to gain more power in Washington. He acted dangerously and impulsively, and befriended

  • The Comeback Kid: The Impeachment Of President Bill Clinton

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    Bill Clinton contributed a lot to America during his presidency, but he was only memorable for his impeachment. Clinton was elected in 1993 as the 42nd President of the United States. Prior to this, he attended Georgetown University, Oxford, and finally Yale Law School. Yale is also where he met his wife, Hillary Rodham. Clinton got his start in politics when he ran for congress in Arkansas in 1974. Although he did not win that election, he became attorney general in 1976. While he was attorney general

  • Bill Clintons Pros And Cons

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    our country.” - Bill Clinton Said but not meant, because in fact the Clinton Dynasty is riddled with disgusting offenses legal or moral. They are liars, criminals, and blatantly unpatriotic. There have been scandals, secrets, and conspiracies surrounding the Clintons and although they may not be able to be proven it is definitely true that Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clinton lie. First not only would I like to point out the biggest lie but also the one that almost landed Bill out of office

  • Sophocles' Antigone and Bill Clinton

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    Antigone and Bill Clinton Antigone, in Greek legend, was the daughter of Oedipus. When her brothers Eteocles and Polynices killed one another, Creon, king of Thebes, forbade the rebel Polynices’ burial. Antigone disobeyed him, performed the rites, and was condemned to death for what she had done. Now the question arises, "Did Antigone take proper action?". Was it just to go against her Uncle Creon’s wishes and go ahead and bury the brother that was to be left out for the vultures? Would it be better

  • President Bill Clinton Impeachment

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    Interview: Views on Clinton’s Impeachment The impeachment of Bill Clinton is one of the “weirdest episodes'; in our political history. He is the only elected President of the United States ever to be resulted in the passage of impeachment (Johnson was not elected, Nixon resigned to prevent impeachment). The reason for his impeachment is that he lied under the oath during the testimony in the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit, and to grand jury during Monica Lewinsky investigation. He

  • The Legacy of President Bill Clinton

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    The Legacy of President Bill Clinton 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

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of I Have Sinned By President Bill Clinton

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    President Bill Clinton, gave an apologetic speech “I have Sinned” on September 11, 1998 in front of over a hundred priests and ministers in the annual White House prayer breakfast. The whole nation knows what happened with President Clinton and his intern, many would defend him even say that media and other sources are invading his privacy but something like that coming from our president? I don’t think it’s something a big icon as himself can just let slide by. Which leads to this speech of his

  • The Rhetoric of an Apology: The Bill Clinton Sex Scandal

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    an Apology: The Clinton Sex Scandal "I ask that all Americans demonstrate in their personal and public lives... the high ethical standards that are essential to good character and to the continued success of our Nation." On August 17, 1998, exactly one year after making the statement above, President Bill Clinton prepared to deliver a speech concerning a scandal that had gripped the nation for months. It is needless to say that this was an important moment during the Clinton administration

  • President Bill Clinton Was Responsible For 9/11

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    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. In 1993, the World Trade

  • The Year Was 1992 and Bill Clinton Had Just Been Elected

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    that upset entire cities. As a new year usually does, 1992 brought everyone a fresh start filled with memorable and nerve-wracking events from Bill Clinton being elected as the 42nd president, the LA riots, Tiger Woods being the youngest to ever join the PGA, Hurricane Iniki devastating people of Hawaii, and Mike Tyson being charged with rape. Bill Clinton was elected in 1992, throughout his presidency he accomplished many things from; creating new jobs to lower the unemployment rate, improving the

  • The Impeachment of Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton

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    Ultimately it is up to the Hose to decide to drop the charges or further the investigation. If the public official is found guilty a two thirds majority vote from the Senate is necessary. The most recent president to face an impeachment hearing was Bill Clinton. A previous case involving Richard Nixon, Watergate, was held in 1974. Rather than facing an embarrassment with impeachment Nixon chose to resign in disgrace. Both cases were very much similar yet different. In the Watergate scandal many of Nixon's

  • Bill Clinton And His Many Problems

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    Bill Clinton and His Many Problems William Jefferson Clinton was re-elected as president of the United States in 1996. During the last 4 years Bill has had a lot of problems e.g. Whitewater and sex-scandals. Whitewater is a summerhouse-area where Bill and especially his wife, Hillary, a couple of years ago, made some suspicious money-transactions. Right now the case against Hillary Clinton is pau¬ sed, but the judge thinks a breakthrough might come if a good friend of Hillary and Bill is proved

  • How Did Bill Clinton Improve The Economy

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    20th, 1993 Bill Clinton is sworn in as the 42nd President of the United States and to many in the future this would be one of the best occasions in U.S. history, for the reason that Bill Clinton drastically improved the American economy since he assumed office. Under Clinton’s presidential administration, the United States enjoyed the lowest unemployment and inflation rates in recent history as well as soaring high home ownership and very low crime rates (Clinton Presidency). Clinton, a very wealthy

  • Bill Clinton: Rhetorical Settings, Strategies, and Paradoxical Popularity

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    Bill Clinton: Rhetorical Settings, Strategies, and Paradoxical Popularity Everyone knows what he did with Monica Lewinsky. They watched him shake his finger and lie to their face on national television. They heard his promise to be forthcoming with the truth, and head about how he patiently hair-split his way through four hours of grand jury testimony. Why is he still here? The answer lies in a combination of Clinton’s rhetorical strategy and extrinsic circumstances. Bill Clinton’s rhetoric