206Oct 21, 1996
Michael Jackson Talk Radio Show
In a special Washington, DC program, Mr. Jackson interviewed the first lady and several administration officials. Mrs. Clinton talked about some of her experiences as first ...
96Oct 16, 1996
Presidential Debate Reaction
Republican and Democratic leaders talked to national and international media representatives about the presidential debate while other media personnel worked on their coverage of the debate.
44Oct 9, 1996
Live shots were shown of the media “spin room” in the Bayfront Center after the vice presidential debate. Several media interviews with politicians and campaign personnel reacting ...
81Oct 6, 1996
Democratic and Republican leaders were shown talking to media correspondents from around the nation in the Hartford Civic Center press room.
166Aug 17, 1996
Lesbian and Gay Political Convention
In the first national political convention for gay citizens, several administration officials, gay and lesbian activists and others spoke about political issues of particular concerns to gay ...
21Aug 13, 1996
Scenes from the Marriott Hotel lobby were shown as convention attendees signed autographs.
19Jun 21, 1996
Talk Radio and the 1996 Campaign
Participants discussed the role of talk radio in the 1996 campaign. They asked the audience of hosts to have people from all sides of the campaign issues on their shows in order to allow ...
251Apr 3, 1996
James Carville and Mary Matalin Roast
To benefit the Stanley Scott Cancer Center, political figures and journalists roasted Republican political adviser Mary Matalin and Democratic political adviser James Carville. They are also ...
23Feb 16, 1996
Analyzing the Youth Vote
Republican and Democratic panelists speculated about the votes of young people in the 1996 presidential election. They also took questions from the audience.
29Feb 15, 1996
The New Hampshire Women for Clinton coalition, which is mostly composed of New Hampshire legislators, announced their support for President Clinton in his reelection campaign. They also ...
33Feb 15, 1996
After the last televised debate before the New Hampshire primary, participants analyzed the debate and the latest developments in the campaign.
52Oct 20, 1995
Administration Lesbian and Gay Issues
Mr. Stephanopoulos talked about lesbian and gay issues in the administration such as AIDS policy and security clearances. Following his prepared remarks, he took questions from the ...
46Sep 28, 1995
President Clinton's Press Battles
Journalists and White House adviser Stephanopoulos discussed President Clinton’s relationship with the news media.
34Sep 21, 1995
Affirmative Action Policy
The panelists examined the importance of maintaining and preserving affirmative action policy. Following prepared remarks, they took questions from the audience.
74Apr 6, 1995
Washington Thursday Journal
Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes and ...
49Feb 19, 1995
Clinton Administration Agenda
Mr. Stephanopoulos reviewed the Clinton administration’s first two years and outlined its goals for the next two years. After his remarks, he took questions from the audience of ...
398Dec 22, 1994
Tom Leykis Radio Talk Show
Mr. Leykis and his guests discussed various issues and recent events in the news. Topics included the perceived conservativity of American society. The Tom Leykis Show airs weekdays ...
247Nov 9, 1994
C-SPAN Midterm Elections Special
Guests discussed the results of yesterday’s midterm elections and took questions from viewers. Topics included the impact of Republican majorities in the House and Senate on the Clinton ...
15Oct 14, 1994
Presidential Adviser Perspective
Mr. Stephanopoulos addressed club members concerning the reinstatement of Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and the Clinton administration’s role in his return. Following his ...
46Aug 4, 1994
Whitewater Investigation Day 5, Part 5
The two-week long schedule of House and Senate hearings includes several White House officials and Department of Treasury personnel. The administration’s witnesses voluntarily gave up ...
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