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The biography of Bill Clinton entitled President from Arkansas by Gene L. Martin

Aaron Boyd is an account of the life of a self-dedicating person. As a child, Bill Clinton

Best showed the quality of music. This can be seen at the age of 15, he became first chair in tenor saxophone. Another interesting fact about his childhood is that he changed his last name from Blythe to Clinton.

As Bill Clinton matured, two important events occurred which would influence his life. The first event was when he went to Washington D.C. This was important because that's when he wanted to become political. The second major event was when his stepfather died. This was an influence because that's when he found out that his stepfather actually loved him.

Even a Famous person has his share of difficulties and Bill Clinton, certainly such a person, is no exception. An extremely difficult time in his life was in 1964 because of the Vietnam War. Perhaps Bill Clinton became a careful person because of this difficulty.

I truly admire Bill Clinton because he was an amazing president his greatest achievements are when he became president. These greatly over shadow his greatest mistake, which is not caring his stepfather. Bill Clinton will never be forgotten because he changed our country. From this biography I have learned not to give up.

The biography of Bill Clinton entitled President from Arkansas by Gene L. Martin

Aaron Boyd is an account of the life of a self-dedicating person. As a child, Bill Clinton

Best showed the quality of music. This can be seen at the age of 15, he became first chair in tenor saxophone. Another interesting fact about his childhood is that he changed his last name from Blythe to Clinton.

As Bill Clinton matured, two important events occurred which would influence his life. The first

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