"Between Hope and History" by Bill Clinton.

Essay by tkidHigh School, 10th gradeA, January 2006

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The book I chose to read was "Between Hope and History" by Bill Clinton. I chose this book because I thought it would be very interesting to learn more about him. Bill Clinton was president while I was very young, so I never really understood who he was. So I thought I should try to learn more about him considering he was my president at some point. So I do have a very big interest in him because I heard many mixed messages about him.

Bill Clinton is definitely qualified to write this book. He was the president of the United States of America. That is probably one of the biggest achievements an individual could get in the world. No idiot would be able to be elected as president. Being elected shows that he is a smart person and should be qualified to write a book. Bill Clinton didn't need the money.

He was one of the most important people in the world. He surly had a few bucks in his pocket. Clinton is a qualified lawyer. He attended Yale Law School in 1973. He is also a public official. He also attended Georgetown University in 1968 and Oxford in 1968 to 1970.

Bill Clinton wrote this book because he wanted to tell about his vision for the country. Clinton's point of view is as the leader of a nation that has so much possibility to be even greater than it now. Clinton is trying to prove many different things. But the main this is, that any hard working citizen of the U.S. should be able to live the American Dream. He doesn't believe that money should be stolen from the law obeying and hard working people. He doesn't think large government corporations all the way down...