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William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton was in 1946 in Hope, Arkansas three months after his father died in a accident. His surname at birth was Blythe. His mother remarried and he his stepfather’s name. Clinton excelled as a student and as a saxophone player and considered becoming a professional musician. While in high school, he met President John Kennedy and to enter politics.

Clinton graduated from Georgetown University and England’s Oxford University. He a law degree from Yale University in 1973, and politics in Arkansas. in 1975 he married future Secretary of State Hillary Rodham. Clinton was Arkansas Attorney General in 1976, and won the governorship in 1978. He for President and defeated George H.W. Bush in the 1992 .

Clinton and his Vice President Al Gore represented a new, generation in American political leadership. For the first in 12 years both the White House and Congress were held by the same party. He the North American Free Trade Agreement. He also implemented the “Don't ask, don't tell” policy at recruiting soldiers into the military regardless of their orientation.

Clinton was the first Democratic president Franklin D. Roosevelt to win a second term. Unemployment was at its rate in modern times, and inflation the lowest in 30 years. Home ownership was the highest in the country's history crime were dropping. Despite almost facing impeachment as a result of indiscretions with a young White House intern, his popularity very high.

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