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CNN Presents: Clinton At The Crossroads #657697

CNN Special for Sunday, Jan 22, 1995

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An examination of the first two years of Bill Clinton's presidency, with Judy Woodruff (CNN), Brooks Jackson (CNN), Frank Sesno (CNN), Rep. Newt Gingrich, Clinton, presidential scholar Thomas Cronin, journalist Elizabeth Drew, "Arkansas Democrat- Gazette" columnist John Brummett, Hillary Clinton, Rep. Richard Durbin, Joan Shafer, Larry Emerick, nurse Jean Wodtka, immunization coordinator Cindy Hof, Dennis Hanabarger, former Clinton media consultant Frank Greer, Rep. Gerald Solomon, former Rep. Tim Penny, restaurant owner Janine Boley, waitress Vicky Everson, Bennar Nawman owner Don Funk, then Presidents Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan, Rep. Lee Hamilton, Vandalia (Illinois) radio talk show host Dan Michael, former Rep. Michael Synar, Barbara Bigelow of Old Capitol Antiques, VP Al Gore, and unidentified others.

Duration:
00:59:00

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