The Clinton Years
The following series of Washington Post articles takes an in-depth look back at Bill Clinton's impact and legacy as president.
Policy by the Numbers
President Clinton's mastery of politics was based on a technique that relied on constant gauging and responses to public opinion.
Outlook:Clinton and the Media
Skill and Luck in Boomtime
Nothing better explains the phenomenon of a president who leaves office with sky-high job approval ratings but very low personal approval ratings than the U.S. economy under his watch.
With Freeh, Mutual Mistrust
Clinton's relationship with FBI Director Louis J. Freeh began with promise. Both men later would conclude that their first impressions were very wrong.
An Environmental End-Run
Clinton did not run for office as an environmentalist, but as president, he often circumvented Congress to build a green legacy.
Ask President Clinton
Diplomat on the World Stage
As the first American president in half a century to serve his entire tenure without the Cold War, Clinton labored to bring focus to American foreign policy.
President Clinton Answers Your Questions
A Question of Relevance
The debate on Clinton now pivots from his character and tactics to his overall impact: Did this president drive history? Or was he swept along by it?
Post Series:Clinton Legacy
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