Clinton to Write His Memoirs


Robert Barnett
* Partner, Law Firm of Williams & Connolly, Washington, D.C. (represented Clinton book negotiations)

Ron Brownstein
* National Political Correspondent and Columnist, Los Angeles Times

Joe Lockhart
* Former, Press Secretary for President Clinton

Peter Osnos
* Former Editor, Random House

President Clinton is writing his memoirs and a publisher will pay him more than ten million dollars for them—a record book deal. What will BIll Clinton possibly say and will this huge sum be worth it? We'll talk with political and publishing industry insiders about the Clinton memoirs.

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