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  • How the Young Generation, Helped Bill Clinton Win His Elections

     

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ID number:746664
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Published: 02.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The younger crowd of the eligible voters voted for Bill because everyone in the younger generation saw a little bit of themselves in him. Not only did he actually worry about the kids/teens of the country, he let us voice our opinion. Enough is Enough is an MTV show that bill Clinton did in a small little room with kids and listened to the kids problems. So that's why we voted for him. "He's probably the best politician the world has ever seen. He has positioned himself correctly, moved towards the middle and can be all things to all people." John Hammerschmidt
"Bill Clinton has been a true leader of the western world. He has been a friend and a counsel to me and other leaders right around the world." Tony Blair.

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