|1.||The Political Image Management Dynamics of President Bill Clinton Kenneth L. Hacker, Maury Giles, and Aja Guerrero||1|
|2.||Clinton’s Public Relations Nightmares Begin John C. Tedesco||39|
|3.||Clinton’s Televised Town Hall Meetings as a Political Strategy: The Illusion of Control Rachel L. Holloway||61|
|4.||Behind Their Skirts: Clinton and Women Voters Mary Christine Banwart and Lynda Lee Kaid||91|
|5.||From First Lady to United States Senator: The Role and Power of Image in the Transmogrifying of Hillary Rodham Clinton Judith S. Trent and Cady Short-Thompson||113|
|6.||Seven Lessons from President Clinton’s Race Initiative: A Post-Mortem on the Politics of Desire Patricia A. Sullivan and Steven R. Goldzwig||143|
|7.||Bill Clinton in Rhetorical Crisis: The Six Stages of Scandal and Impeachment Craig Allen Smith||173|
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Publication information: Book title: Images, Scandal, and Communication Strategies of the Clinton Presidency. Contributors: Robert E. Denton - Editor, Rachel L. Holloway - Editor. Publisher: Praeger. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 2003. Page number: vii.
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