New Clinton files reveal 1990s angst

Terror, GOP’s rise were top worries

Posted: March 15, 2014 at 4:02 a.m.

Cary Moriary, an archive technician at the Clinton Presidential Center, distributes some of the 4,000 papers from the Clinton White House years released Friday.

Thousands of Clinton-era documents released Friday show an administration weighing the growth of international terrorism, how to handle the 1994 Republican wave and what to say after George W. Bush’s election.

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