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This paper discusses former president William Jefferson Clinton, and describes how his character traits affected his presidency. The paper describes both Clinton's weaknesses and strengths as a leader and shows how Clinton's personal life was not relevant to his presidential successes. The paper enumerates many of Clinton's achievements and explains how Clinton's leadership skills helped him reach them. The author discusses the Monica Lewinsky affair and contends that it had no bearing on Clinton's ability to be president or his leadership abilities.
From the Paper:"For Bill Clinton, more than any other president in recent memory (possibly excepting the current President Bush), character not only helps establish a leadership style, but rather defines it. For Bill Clinton, his character weaknesses also defined, more clearly than perhaps had been done before, exactly what the American people thought might constitute leadership in their president, and what that leadership must accomplish and what it could do without."
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Bill Clinton (2006, October 05) Retrieved October 19, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/narrative-essay/bill-clinton-69151/
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