Clinton’s Impeachment Trials: In Hindsight


Here’s a paper that I wrote for my journalism course regarding the subject of Bill Clinton’s impeachment trials. The class was taught by U.S. Representative Richard Neal.

I (controversially) discuss how Clinton could have handled the progression of rape accusations against him by using Bush-era tactics to deflect any chance of a story developing in the first place. Give it a read, although this is by no means, my own personal viewpoint of rape and sexual misconduct. Politics can be quite dirty….


Click on the link below for the PDF:

(I’m sorry that there isn’t searchable text-I lost the original file during a data-dump.)

*Clinton’s Impeachment Trials: In Hindsight*

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