Second Terms

As the President gets sworn in for four more years join Talk of the Nation for a historical look back, and a look ahead to Bill Clinton's second term. Ray Suarez and his guests will discuss how the presidential strategy changes after reelection. Will President Clinton achieve his stated goal of bipartisan unity? A look at the legacy of two-term on Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guests: Steve Hess Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution Author, Drawn and Quartered: The History of American Political Cartoons (Elliott and Clark, 1996) Alan Lichtman Professor of History, American University in Washington, D.C. Author, Keys to the White House (Madison Books, 1996) Steve Inskeep NPR reporter at the inaugural parade Autumn Stephens Author, Wild Women in the White House (Conari Press, 1997) Listeners call in



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