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    Learn about the difference in net worth between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie ...
  2. Talk Is Cheap: Campaign Promises And The Economy

    A president's campaign trail promises often come up against economic reality.
  3. The Presidential Second Term Curse

    Find out why the general prognosis is that second-term presidents often leave office ...
  4. Do Personal Income Tax Cuts Foster Economic Growth?

    Studies show that cuts to personal income tax rates will improve tax revenues, but ...
  5. Schools With The Most Successful Alumni

    These post-secondary institutions have produced many successful graduates.
  6. Remarkable Earnings Of Former U.S. Presidents

    Ex-presidents have the opportunity to earn huge money through book deals and public ...
  1. What was the Whitewater scandal?

    The Whitewater scandal refers to a real estate controversy involving former President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary. ...
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