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“What Sells Me”: Bill Clinton, 1974

“What Sells Me”: Bill Clinton, 1974 Voices from the Southern Oral History Program "What Sells Me" Bill Clinton, 1974 i n t e rv i e w e d B y Jac k Ba s s a n d wa lt e r d e v r i e s c o M Pi l e d a n d i n t ro d u c e d B y s e t h ko t c h In June of 1974, just four days after winning a runoff election in the Democratic primary, the newly minted candidate for Congress in Arkansas's 3 rd District, Bill Clinton, sat down with Jack Bass and Walter De Vries to discuss the campaign. Four years later Clinton would be Arkansas's governor-elect and shaking hands with Jimmy Carter in the White House. Courtesy of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. In June of 1974, just four days after winning a runoff election in the Democratic primary, the newly minted candidate for Congress in Arkansas's 3rd District, Bill Clinton, sat down with Jack Bass and Walter De Vries to discuss the campaign. In this interview, Clinton shows off the zeal for detail that he would eventually carry http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southern Cultures University of North Carolina Press

“What Sells Me”: Bill Clinton, 1974

Southern Cultures , Volume 18 (3) – Aug 13, 2012

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Voices from the Southern Oral History Program "What Sells Me" Bill Clinton, 1974 i n t e rv i e w e d B y Jac k Ba s s a n d wa lt e r d e v r i e s c o M Pi l e d a n d i n t ro d u c e d B y s e t h ko t c h In June of 1974, just four days after winning a runoff election in the Democratic primary, the newly minted candidate for Congress in Arkansas's 3 rd District, Bill Clinton, sat down with Jack Bass and Walter De Vries to discuss the campaign. Four years later Clinton would be Arkansas's governor-elect and shaking hands with Jimmy Carter in the White House. Courtesy of the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. In June of 1974, just four days after winning a runoff election in the Democratic primary, the newly minted candidate for Congress in Arkansas's 3rd District, Bill Clinton, sat down with Jack Bass and Walter De Vries to discuss the campaign. In this interview, Clinton shows off the zeal for detail that he would eventually carry

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Published: Aug 13, 2012

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