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Truth At Any Cost : Ken Starr and the Unmaking of Bill Clinton

Author: Susan Schmidt; MIchael Weisskopf
Publisher: New York, New York : HarperCollins Publishers, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Video   Visual material : English : 2000 Audio Cassette Edition
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In Truth At Any Cost, two of America's preeiminent investigative reporters, Susan Schmidt and MIchael Weisskopf, reveal for the first time what really went on inside the Office of the Independent Counsel. They detail Ken Starr's motivations, his inner struggles, adn his anguish as he comes under attack by Clinton's ferocious partisans. This audio goes behind the locked doors of Starr's office as prosecutors make the  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Schmidt; MIchael Weisskopf
ISBN: 0694522856 9780694522859
OCLC Number: 779623706
Description: 4 Cassettes/6 Hrs.
Responsibility: By Susan Schmidt & MIchael Weisskopf, Read by Laurence Luckinbill.

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In Truth At Any Cost, two of America's preeiminent investigative reporters, Susan Schmidt and MIchael Weisskopf, reveal for the first time what really went on inside the Office of the Independent Counsel. They detail Ken Starr's motivations, his inner struggles, adn his anguish as he comes under attack by Clinton's ferocious partisans. This audio goes behind the locked doors of Starr's office as prosecutors make the fateful decision to pursue the case against Clinton for lying to conceal his embarrassing affair with an intern half his age.

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