Clintonism

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Clintonism is the political and economic policies of Bill Clinton, and his wife Hillary Clinton, as well as the era of his presidency in the United States.

The Democratic Leadership Council, a pro-Democratic Party establishment, argues that Clintonism "stands for economic growth and opportunity; for fiscal responsibility; for work, not welfare; for preventing crime and punishing criminals; and for non-bureaucratic, empowering government" and further says that these policies are key to the successes in the beginning of the 21st century.[1]

Clintonism has been criticized from both sides of the political spectrum for its lack of commitment to a set ideology.

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  1. ^ "Clintonism Lives", Blueprint, January 18, 2002.

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