Ain't nothin' as bad as Watergate?

Dettmer, Jamie
April 1997
Insight on the News;04/28/97, Vol. 13 Issue 15, p5
Surveys the reaction of the American public on the sources of campaign funds for US President Bill Clinton's reelection. Comparison with the Watergate scandal; Percentage of respondents who believe the president should resign.


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