The Clinton Presidency: First Appraisals

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Index
Aberbach, Joel D., 3, 7-8, 352, 354
Abortion counseling, 152
Acheson, Dean, 348
Acheson, Eleanor Dean, 133-34, 139, 143
Ackerman, Bruce, 389
Adams, Gerry, 217, 220
Adams, Sherman, 61
Affirmative action, 156
Agenda, The ( Woodward), 15, 241
Aideed, Mohammed Farah, 304-5
Albright, Madeleine, 67, 301, 307
Aldrich, John H., 374
Alliance for Justice, 139-40, 143
"Alliances," 275
Altman, Roger, 25, 77, 175
America: What Went Wrong? ( Bartlett/ Steele), 382
American Bar Association (ABA), 135
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 142, 149
American Family Association, 157
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 213, 224, 228
American Medical Association (AMA), 222, 227, 230
American Political Science Association Committee Report on Political Parties, 55
Americans with Disabilities Act, 128
Amnesty International, 309
Approval/disapproval averages, 32-35
Aristide, Jean-Bertrand, 42, 153, 154, 305, 309
Armey, Dick, 44, 101, 273
Arnold, Richard, 151
Aron, Nan, 139-40
Arterton, F. Christopher, 190
Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), 292, 318
Aspin, Les, 67, 299, 301
Assault weapons ban, 278
Australia, 56
Babbitt, Bruce, 147, 151
Baird, Zoë, 25, 101, 127-28, 173, 246, 352
Baker, Howard H., Jr., 26, 79
Baker, James, III, 53, 77, 78, 79, 354
Balanced budget amendment, 381
Barber, James David, 57
Barbour, Haley, 192
Barkett, Rosemary, 141, 143
Batts, Deborah, 138-39
Baumgartner, Frank, 372, 373, 374
Bayh, Birch, 336
Begala, Paul, 70, 234, 250, 281
Bentsen, Lloyd, 24, 28, 77, 106, 108, 274, 339
Berman, Larry, 4,10
Biden, Joseph, 134, 141, 152
Bingaman, Anne K., 131
Bingaman, Jeff, 131
Birnbaum, Jeffrey, 29
Black Caucus, 107, 131, 221, 245, 266, 271, 306, 309, 310
Blackmun, Harry, 150
Blumenthal, W. Michael, 76
Bond, Richard, 198
Bonior, David, 37, 46, 106
as Majority Whip, 109-10, 115
Bonner, Jack, 231
Bonner and Associates, 227
Bonosaro, Carol A., 167-68, 182
Boren, David, 103, 104, 105, 107
Bork, Robert H., 130, 146, 148, 151
Bosnia, 42, 67, 68, 76, 248, 291, 293, 294, 303-4
arms embargo to, 314-15

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