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Truth at Any Cost: Ken Starr and the Unmaking of Bill Clinton

2 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Susan Schmidt

It began with a phone call. On January 12, 1998, Deputy Independent Counsel Jackie Bennett talked to a woman named Linda Tripp, who claimed to have potentially incriminating evidence against President Clinton. Bennett passed this information along to … see full wiki

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Author: Susan Schmidt
Publisher: HarperCollins
2 reviews about Truth at Any Cost: Ken Starr and the Unmaking...
review by . May 13, 2001
As a history buff and a person who just oogled over the entire impeachment process (and who lost several bets concerning its outcome) I was anxious to read the books on the subject as they came out. Over the next 50 years (If I live that long) I expect to read many from all viewpoints not to mention history textbooks, which I collect. I suspect that I won't enjoy any of them as much as I enjoyed this one. This book is more that just about a historical event. It is, much like Mr. Shippers SELLOUT …
review by . May 13, 2000
This book obviously inflames Clinton partisans because it doesn't deal with "spin," but only that which can be factually supported with court transcripts, produced documents and the like. There's no "Deep Throat" or other unidentified sources here. And the facts all lead to the same place: William Jefferson Clinton, President of the United States lied under oath. A federal judge fined him $90,000 for that and Clinton didn't appeal the ruling. Sens. Lieberman, Feinstein and others all publicly announced …
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