BILL CLINTON (1993-2001)

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Born: 8/19/1946 (Hope, Arkansas)
Education:  Georgetown University (BS); University College, Oxford  (Rhodes Scholarship), Yale University (JD)
Political Party: Democrat
Career: Attorney General of Arkansas (1977-1979); Governor of Arkansas (1979-1981, 1983-1992); President (1993-2001)

VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

Al Gore
Al Gore
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton

RESOURCES:

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9/19/2993: President Clinton presiding over the handshake of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) Chairman Yasser Arafat during the Middle East Peace Agreement signing ceremony. on the South Lawn of the White House (Photo Credit: Vince Musi/ National Archives)

Clinton Presidential Library
Clinton Digital Library
Public Papers (National Archives)
White House Websites (1995, 1999, 2000, 2000, Final, Library)
Oral Histories (Miller Center)
Transition Interviews (National Archives)
Speech Archive (Miller Center)
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
The Clinton Years (PBS/ Frontline)
National Archives
Course on Clinton Presidency (University of Arkansas)
White House
Encyclopedia of Arkansas
Miller Center
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
Clinton: PBS

RECOMMENDED BOOKS:

1992 ELECTION:

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1993 INAUGURATION:

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1/20/1993: Bill Clinton, standing between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, takes the oath of office (Library of Congress)

1993 Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies)
Media (WP, NYT)
Joint Congressional Committee (1993)
Luncheon  (1993)
Library of Congress (1993)
White House Photos

1996 ELECTION:

1996_d1996_rPerot 1996

1997 INAUGURATION:

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1997 Address (Transcript, Video, Ceremonies)
Media (NYT)
Joint Congressional Committee (1997)
Luncheon (1997)
Library of Congress (1997)

1998 IMPEACHMENT:

Impeachment, 12/20/1998 (WP, NYT, NYT)
Acquittal, 2/13/1999 (WP, NYT)
Media Archives (WP, NYT)
Senate Publications
University of Missouri

CABINET/ STAFF:

Clinton Cabinet 2.16.16
Chief of Staff:
John D. Podesta (1998-2001)
Erskine B. Bowles (1997-1998)
Leon E. Panetta (1994-1997)
Mack McLarty (1993-1994)

Press Secretary:
Jake Siewert (2000–2001)
Joe Lockhart (1998–2000)
Mike McCurry (1994–1998)
Dee Dee Myers (1993–1994)
George Stephanopoulos (1993)

Secretary of Agriculture:
Dan R. Glickman (1995–2001)
Michael Espy (1993–1994)

Secretary of Commerce:
Norman Y. Mineta (2000–2001)
William Daley (1997–2000)
Mickey Kantor (1996–1997)
Ronald H. Brown (1993–1996)

Director of Central Intelligence:
George J. Tenet (1997-2004)
John M. Deutch (1995-1996)
R. James Woolsey (1993-1995)

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff:
Hugh Shelton (1997-2001)
John Shalikashvili (1993-1997)
Colin Powell (1989-1993)

Secretary of Defense:
William S. Cohen (1997–2001)
William J. Perry (1994–1997)
Les Aspin (1993–1994)

Secretary of Education:
Richard W. Riley (1993–2001)

Secretary of Energy:
Bill Richardson (1998–2001)
Federico Peña (1997–1998)
Hazel O’Leary (1993–1997)

Environmental Protection Agency:
Carol M. Browner (1993-2001)

Secretary of Health and Human Services:
Donna E. Shalala (1993–2001)

Secretary of the Interior:
Bruce E. Babbitt (1993–2001)

Attorney General:
Janet Reno (1993–2001)

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
Andrew M. Cuomo (1997–2001)
Henry G. Cisneros (1993–1997)

Secretary of Labor:
Alexis M. Herman (1997–2001)
Robert B. Reich (1993–1997)

National Economic Council Director:
Gene Sperling (1996–2001)
Laura A. Tyson (1995–1996)
Robert E. Rubin (1993–1995)

National Security Adviser:
Samuel “Sandy” Berger (1997-2001)
Anthony Lake (1993-1997)

Office of Management and Budget Director:
Jacob J. Lew (1998–2001)
Franklin D. Raines (1996–1998)
Alice M. Rivlin (1994–1996)
Leon E. Panetta (1993–1994)

Secretary of State:
Madeleine K. Albright (1997–2001)
Warren M. Christopher (1993–1997)

Secretary of Transportation:
Rodney E. Slater (1997–2001)
Federico Peña (1993–1997)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Lawrence H. Summers (1999–2001)
Robert E. Rubin (1995–1999)
Lloyd M. Bentsen, Jr. (1993–1994)

United Nations Ambassador:
Richard Holbrooke (1999-2001)
Bill Richardson (1997-1998)
Madeleine K. Albright (1993-1997)

U.S. Trade Representative:
Charlene Barshefsky (1996-1997)
Mickey Kantor (1993-1996)

Secretary of Veterans Affairs:
Hershel W. Gober (2000–2001)
Togo D. West, Jr. (1998–2000)
Jesse Brown (1993–1998)

Chairman of the Federal Reserve:
Alan Greenspan (1987–2006)

SUPREME COURT NOMINATIONS:

6/14/1993: President Clinton with Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Rose Garden at the press conference held to announce Judge Ginsburg as President Clinton’s nominee to replace retiring Associate Supreme Court Justice Byron R. White. (Photo Credit: Sharon Farmer/ National Archives)

Stephen G. Breyer (1994- )
Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1993- )

CONGRESS:

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Speaker of the House:
Thomas S. Foley (1989-1995)
Newt L. Gingrich (1995-1999)
J. Dennis Hastert (1999-2007)

Senate Majority Leader:
George J. Mitchell (1989-1995)

Robert J. Dole (1995-1996)
Trent Lott (1996-2001)

IMAGE GALLERY:

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ARTICLES:

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President Clinton on a telephone call with California Governor Pete Wilson in the Oval Office on 10/28/1993 (Photo Credit: Sharon Farmer/ National Archives)

Profile (New York Magazine, 1/20/1992)
The Clinton Legacy (NYT Series, 12/2000)
Profile (New Yorker, 9/18/2006)
The Comeback Id (Vanity Fair, 7/2008)
Profile (NYT, 5/26/2009)

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