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The name of the book is the death of outrage Bill Clinton and the assault on American ideals The name of the author is William J Bennett The name of the publisher is Thee Free Press a division of Simon Schuster Inc The year published is 1999 This book has 6 main chapters that deal with Chapter 1 talks about the SEX between Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky Another problem is Bill Clinton LIE under the Oath and behavior Why do we care about that Chapter 2 talks about the Character of the Bill Clinton and identify what is the good character Chapter 3 talks about the politics and Bill Clinton politics Chapter 4 talks about the Ken Starr and Bill Clinton Chapter 5 talks about Laws Chapter 6 is about the Judgment Defendant Clinton stands accused in these books of moral turpitude of defining public morality down and of assaulting the ideals and standards of the people of the United States of America By various means well known to the public Bill Clinton has defiled the office of the Presidency of the United States Twice elected to the said office Mr Clinton has debased the White House claims attorney Ann Coulter in High Crimes and Misdemeanors The Case against Bill Clinton Instead of reflecting Americans virtues and aspirations President Clinton reflects the countrys dark side Like a cancer his own lack of integrity has infected the nation Indeed she writes One of the most terrible things Bill Clinton has done to this country is to make it respectable to lie As to the public-morals charge my client has entered a plea of nolo contendere and is now touring the country supplicating for mercy He has agreed to cease and desist from all further spurious and legalistic arguments and to refrain from any further abuses of power asking only that be allowed to complete the term
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