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Monday, January 26, 1998

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  • Clinton Scandal: A Feminist Issue?

    As the White House mounted an orchestrated campaign yesterday to contain the sex scandal enveloping the President, Cabinet members and Congressional Democrats privately expressed worries that President Clinton may be unable to recover.

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    Although the spotlight is on former White House intern Monica Lewinsky, other women have come forward to tell of sexual advances, both welcome and unwelcome, from President Clinton — Gennifer Flowers, Paula Jones, and according to the same source that leaked the Lewinsky story, a former White House aide named Kathleen Willey.