The Clinton Legacy

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Index

A
abortion
counseling gag rule, 77, 195
litmus test for judicial appointments, 102- 4
Aberbach, Joel, 68
Acheson, Eleanor Dean, 99-100, 104
administrative legacy
controversies of, 123-28
executive orders and, 128-30
line-item veto and, 131-32
personnel demographics and, 120
administrative presidency strategy, 130
affirmative action, 45, 59
agenda setting
103d Congress and, 73-74
Clinton's legacy in, 67-69
domestic policy and, 205-7
electoral mandate for, 52-54
role of president in, 49, 51
Albright, Madeleine K., 227, 228, 233, 244
Alexander, Donald C., 135
Alliance for Justice, 103-4
Allison, Graham, 237
American Medical Association (AMA), 147, 156, 159
"angry white male," 178
appointments
acting, 126-28
compared to earlier presidents, 121, 122- 24
demographics of, 120
gay and lesbian, 189
approval ratings, Clinton's, 39, 42
compared to Eisenhower, 211
compared to Reagan, 211
and domestic policy, 211
and government shutdown, 87
and midterm elections of 1994, 207
Aristide, Jean Bertrande, 239
Armey, Richard, 55, 63
Aron, Nan, 103
Ashcroft, John, 110, 111
Asian Americans, 189-90
Asian economic crisis, 251
assault weapons ban
crime legisation and, 83-84
gender and, 181
as gun control, 181
NAACP and, 181
NRA (National Rifle Association) and, 83
race and, 181
Astroturf mobihution, 146
Attali, Jacques, 231-32, 233
attorney general, Reno's appointment as, 99, 189
Atwater, Lee, 259

B
Babbitt, Bruce, 104, 106
Baird, Zöe, 36, 77-78, 189
Baker, James A., 61
Balkans crisis, 246, 290
Barber, James David, 33
Barkett, Rosemary, 104
Bauer, Gary, 111
Becerra, Xavier, 121
Becton, Charles, 107
Bennett, William, 286
Berger, Sandy, 228, 244, 245, 247
Big Emerging Market (BEM) Strategy, 243, 244
big government, ending, 24
Blackburn, Harry, 106-7
Blair, Tony, 258-70, 293
Bonior, David, 76
Boren, David, 206
Bosnia, 246, 247
Boxer, Barbara, 103
Brady Law, 195, 206
Breyer, Stephen G., 104-6
Broder, David, 57, 61
Brooks, Jack, 83
BTU tax, 79
BTUed," 79
Buchanan, Patrick, 109
budget
balancing, 209-10
deficit and bully pulpit, 60
strategy 1993-94, 39
bully pulpit
and agenda setting, 67-69
budget deficit and, 60
and Clinton as synthesizer, 61
and Clinton vs. 104th Congress, 51

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