No Lack of Passion From Public on Clinton
The opinion column was a pale, half-hearted good word for President Clinton's first 15 months in office.
Comparing Mr. Clinton's record, one still very much in progress, with that of Richard Nixon's, a life that now we consider in retrospect, is indeed a most superficial exercise.
It takes an inordinate amount of heart to try to turn around a nation long adrift on domestic issues. Such meagerly encouraging commentary only undermines our national resolve to work with our helmsman - a man of enormous spirit, reserves of energy, and a finely honed intellect - to forge the changes needed to steer us safely into the 21st century. Now is not the moment for nit-picking at every perceived flaw of our leaders. Janet L. Keislar, Los Angeles, Calif.
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