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Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation

Twenty years after the Starr Report and the Clinton impeachment, former special prosecutor Ken Starr finally shares his definitive account of one of the most divisive periods in American history.You could fill a library with books about the scandals of the Clinton administration, which eventually led to President Clinton's impeachment by the House of Representatives. Bill and Hillary Clinton have told their version of events, as have various journalists and participants. Whenever liberals recall those years, they usually depict independent counsel Ken Starr as an out-of-control, politically driven prosecutor.But as a New York Times columnist asked in 2017, "What if Ken Starr was right?" What if the popular media in the 1990s completely misunderstood Starr's motives, his tactics, and his ultimate goal: to ensure that no one, especially not the president of the United States, is above the law?Starr -- the man at the eye of the hurricane -- has kept his unique perspective to himself for t...

Title : Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation
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ISBN : 9780525536130
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 312 pages
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Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation Reviews

  • Ashley Pope

    The book did not really provide any new insights. Arkansas Mischief by Jim McDougal was much better.

  • George W. Holder

    Excellent review of the Special Investigator work done by Ken Starr. WJC and HRC really do hold the law in "Contempt" !!!!

  • Beverly Mozzetti

    Clintons-Rotten to the Core

    Like the founding fathers Starr did his best for our country only to be punished by the lowest, most disgusting creeps of our time. Starr can live with what he did.

  • Margaret Pagnotta

    Good to finally hear the story from the view of the Independent Counsel, after only hearing the parts that were filtered through the press. Eye-opening. Having lived through it, you think you know what went on, but there was much that was suppressed and just outright lied about. It's shameful that he and his family were treated so badly just because he agreed to do a job that no one wanted to do. Curious how in this pursuit he seems to have so much integrity and yet it seems to have left him ent ...more