Clinton, Bill, 1946-
Between hope and history.
New York : Times Books, Random House, c1996
Bill Clinton; United States. President (1993-2001 : Clinton)
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America, the President observes, stands at a pivotal moment in its history. At the edge of a new century, we must decide between two visions of America. One vision foresees an "every man for himself" society that seems calculated to divide our people rather than unite us, to weaken rather than strengthen the bonds of community, to pay lip service to the importance of families without assuring the tools by which families can succeed. It is, the President declares, "a vision that is bereft of the simple understanding that in America we must go forward together, and we don't have a single person to waste."
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1993-2001.
- United States -- Economic policy -- 1993-2001.
- United States -- Social policy -- 1993-
- United States -- Foreign relations -- 1993-2001.
- Binnenlandse politiek.
- Buitenlandse politiek.
- Economic policy.
- International relations.
- Political science.
- Social policy.
- United States.