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Living History ,
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Between Hope and History ,
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Between Hope and History: Meeting America's Challenges for the 21st Century, by Bill Clinton


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Click here for 37 full quotes from Bill Clinton in the book Between Hope and History.
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 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
Abortion
    Let women decide with their doctor and their God.
Budget & Economy
    Cut the deficit to lower interest rates.
Civil Rights
    Affirmative action: mend it, don’t end it.
Crime
    More police, punishment, & prevention.
    Three Strikes and You’re Out for violent criminals.
    Death penalty for 60 violent crimes.
Drugs
    Drug strategy to reduce both supply and demand.
Education
    Both teachers and students must demonstrate competence.
    Reward best public schools; redesign failing ones.
    Need not leave religion at the schoolhouse door.
    Private student prayer OK; but no official school prayer.
Energy & Oil
    Need binding treaties on global warming.
Environment
    Much left to do on clean air, water, & environment.
Families & Children
    Get tough on youth violence and gangs.
Foreign Policy
    Engagement over escapism and isolation.
    Strategy: strength, peace, and open trade.
    Support forces of reform in Russia.
    Engage China but take a firm line.
Free Trade
    On balance, trade creates jobs.
    Support NAFTA & GATT: build bridges, not walls.
    Fair trade will liberalize China.
Government Reform
    Big Government is over; but government has a role.
Gun Control
    Support Brady Bill, oppose assault weapons.
Health Care
    Do more for health insurance.
Homeland Security
    Decrease force size but increase quality.
    Finally, not a single Russian nuke is aimed at US.
    Build a sensible missile defense, not “Star Wars”.
Immigration
    We are richer for the energy & ideas of immigrants.
    Strict enforcement against illegal immigration.
Principles & Values
    America stands today between hope and history.
Social Security
    Safeguard retirement plans and minimize risk.
Tax Reform
    Target tax cuts on IRAs, education, & families.
    Across-the-board tax cuts are irresponsible.
Technology
    Connect every library and classroom to the Internet.
    V-Chip lets parents self-screen TV.
Welfare & Poverty
    Welfare-to-work, instead of welfare as a way of life.
    Welfare reform includes states, communities, & businesses.


The above quotations are from Between Hope and History: Meeting America's Challenges for the 21st Century, by Bill Clinton.
     

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