All the King's Horses and Men

Dettmer, Jamie
February 1999
Insight on the News;02/01/99, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p8
Focuses on United States President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial. Argument of Representative Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania about the disadvantage of a minitrial on the case; Reaction of Rober Byrd of West Virginia on the White House pep rally for Clinton; View of Clinton's lawyers.


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