The most interesting tidbits from the Clinton document dumpBreaking News
tags: Clinton Library
The National Archives posted the biggest batch of previously unseen documents from President Bill Clinton's White House years Friday, the fourth installment of its every-other-week deluge of Clinton administration e-mails, speeches and internal memos. This group includes several documents related to then-first lady Hillary Clinton's work on health care and other issues. The papers are of particular interest right now because they provide a window into Hillary Clinton's thinking and priorities as she ponders a second presidential run.
We're reading through the 7,500 or so documents to find the most interesting parts and will update as we do:
[HNN Editor: These are the subsections in this story]
- 1. Clintons needed Chelsea's future mother-in-law on health care
- 2. Clinton crime bill overshadowed by Whitewater and O.J. Simpson
- 3. Boxer or briefs?
- 4. Hastert "tool" of Republicans
- 5. Ira Magaziner held back in interview with Haynes Johnson and David Broder for their book about health-care initiative
- 6. Magaziner described delicacy of tasking Hillary Clinton with health care
- 8. Lee Iacocca "obligated" to Clinton over NAFTA push
- 9. Address Lewinsky scandal in 1999 SOTU?
- 10. Hillary positive press strategy - "doing it all"
- 11. Bill Clinton: If you like your plan you can keep it.
- 12. Gore sought a little White House love
comments powered by Disqus
- 43% of Americans still think the Iraq War was a good idea
- Only One Man Was Found Guilty for His Role in the My Lai Massacre
- Indian Children’s Book Lists Hitler as Leader ‘Who Will Inspire You’
- Who Owns the Vikings?
- Documents show that U.S. officials led Russian President Boris Yeltsin to believe in 1993 that NATO wasn't expanding
- Facebook’s Historian: Professor Heather Cox Richardson
- Historians at the Rochester Institute of Technology are bolstering Wikipedia’s archive of entries on women’s history
- "Multiple Steves and Pauls": A History Panel Sets Off a Diversity Firestorm
- University of Washington Dean defends the liberal arts degree on economic grounds
- David S. Wyman, author of "The Abandonment of the Jews," has died at age 89