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   <identifier>A-0027</identifier>
   <titleInfo>
       <title>Oral History Interview with William J. (Bill) Clinton, June 15, 1974. Interview
           A-0027.</title>
   </titleInfo>
   <originInfo>
       <dateCaptured>1974-06-15</dateCaptured>
   </originInfo>
   <language>
       <languageTerm type="code" authority="iso639-2b">eng</languageTerm>
   </language>
   <name>
       <namePart type="given">Jack</namePart>
       <namePart>Bass</namePart>
       <role>
           <roleTerm type="text">interviewer</roleTerm>
       </role>
   </name>
   <name>
       <namePart type="given">Walter</namePart>
       <namePart>DeVries</namePart>
       <role>
           <roleTerm type="text">interviewer</roleTerm>
       </role>
   </name>
   <name>
       <namePart type="given">William Jefferson</namePart>
       <namePart>Clinton</namePart>
       <role>
           <roleTerm type="text">interviewee</roleTerm>
       </role>
   </name>
   <abstract type="content"> This interview took place during Bill Clinton’s unsuccessful 1974 bid
       for a seat representing Arkansas in the US House of Representatives. Two years later, he ran
       uncontested to become the state Attorney General, and in 1978 he won the governorship.
       Clinton shows his devotion to the intricacies of political maneuvering, his sense of the
       role of personality in politics, and his fondness for words. He seems aware that his ability
       to personally connect with Arkansas voters will be important as he vies for the seat, but
       seems uncomfortable with the idea that he will rely more on charm than on issues. He hopes
       that his stands on various issues will give Arkansas voters a clear picture of him as a
       person. The interview is packed with many specific details about Arkansas politics.</abstract>
   <subject authority="docsouth">
       <topic>Arkansas</topic>
       <topic>Politics and Government</topic>
   </subject>
   <subject authority="lcsh">
       <topic>Arkansas--Politics and government </topic>
       <topic>Fulbright, J. William (James William), 1905- </topic>
   </subject>
   <subject authority="sohp">
       <topic>Southern Politics</topic>
   </subject>
   <subject>
       <hierarchicalGeographic>
           <city>Fayetteville</city>
           <county/>
           <state>Arkansas</state>
       </hierarchicalGeographic>
   </subject>
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       <typeOfResource>text</typeOfResource>
       <location>
           <physicalLocation>Transcript located at the Southern Historical Collection, University
               of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.</physicalLocation>
       </location>
       <physicalDescription>
           <extent>33 pages</extent>
           <note type="statement of resposibility">Transcribed by Linda Killen.</note>
           <note type="physical description"/>
       </physicalDescription>
       <accessCondition type="restriction on access">No</accessCondition>
       <accessCondition type="condition"/>
       <accessCondition type="copyright">The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill</accessCondition>
       <accessCondition type="use and reproduction">It may be used freely by individuals for
           research, teaching and personal use as long as this statement of availability is
           included in the text. </accessCondition>
   </relatedItem>
   <relatedItem>
       <typeOfResource>sound recording-nonmusical</typeOfResource>
       <location>
           <physicalLocation>Audio materials located at the Southern Historical Collection,
               University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.</physicalLocation>
       </location>
       <physicalDescription>
           <form type="material">cassette</form>
           <extent>1</extent>
           <extent>01:02:17</extent>
           <note type="physical description"/>
       </physicalDescription>
       <note type="statement of responsibility"/>
       <accessCondition type="restriction on access">No</accessCondition>
       <accessCondition type="condition"/>
       <accessCondition type="copyright">The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill</accessCondition>
       <accessCondition type="use and reproduction">It may be used freely by individuals for
           research, teaching and personal use as long as this statement of availability is
           included in the text. </accessCondition>
       <note displayLabel="Listening Copy">Yes</note>
   </relatedItem>
   <relatedItem>
       <note type="biographical" displayLabel="Life History Form">no</note>
   </relatedItem>
   <relatedItem>
       <note type="content" displayLabel="Field Notes">no</note>
   </relatedItem>
   <relatedItem>
       <note type="content" displayLabel="e-Release form">no</note>
   </relatedItem>
   <relatedItem>
       <note type="content" displayLabel="e-Deposit sheet">no</note>
   </relatedItem>


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