Nightline: The Politics of Repentance #649082
ABC Special for Tuesday, Feb 02, 1999
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Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Foundry United Methodist Church Reverend J. Philip Wogaman, and Jean Bethke Elshtain of the University of Chicago Divinity School re: the diverse reaction to Bill Clinton's statements of repentance in regard to his acknowledged sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky. Taped segment with Michel McQueen (ABC), Clinton, Elshtain, Wogaman, Robert Jewett of Garrett-Evangelical Seminary, Don Browning of the University of Chicago, professional football player Eugene Robinson, Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church Reverend Susan Andrews, Riverside Church Reverend James Forbes, Prestonwood Baptist Church Reverend Jack Graham, Duke University Chaplain Reverend William Willamon, and unidentified others.
- McQueen, Michel
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