After twelve years of Republican rule, an air of high anticipation permeated Washington as forty-six-year-old William Jefferson Clinton, former Arkansas governor and Georgetown graduate, took office in 1993. But it quickly became clear that “a revival and modernization of New Deal-style liberalism,” something many Democrats had been waiting for, “was stillborn at the dawn of […] Original post

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