Letter: Clinton at bay
Wednesday 19 August 1998
Clinton, like Diana, Princess of Wales, shows his human weaknesses, owns up and shares his feelings with the people. Many then forgive him, being sufficiently sophisticated to see the indirect attack on him for political purposes by forces of the right. If he is impeached he will become a male Diana, a focus for mass distress and emotion.
Young women are once again being used to destroy someone in authority who is seen to be too liberal.
THALIA D CAMPBELL
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