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Alistair Cook looks at the rise and fall of Senator John McCain.
Alistair Cook reviews how the United Nations reacted to a scolding from Senator J Helms.
Alistair Cooke considers Senator John McCain's campaign funding reform bill.
The next chairman of the Federal Reserve - Alan Greenspan.
A profile of Alan Greenspan, economist and former Chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Recession in America, more modest foreign policy aims and nuclear fears in ex-USSR states.
The conclusion of the Anita Hill vs Judge Clarence Thomas sexual harassment case.
Remembering Barry Goldwater, the most influential presidential runner-up in US history.
Why do journalists flock to Washington for the presidential election?
How does modern-day America compare with the fall of Rome as described by Gibbon?
Bob Dole resigns from the Senate to run for president.
Carter Playboy interview. Public reaction to Carter's 'adultery in my heart' admission.
Carter first sitting president to attend Met opera.
Carter reshuffles his team of advisers.
Newt Gingrich becomes Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
The parallels between the leadership of President Clinton and Felipe Gonzalez of Spain.
The United Nations intervention in Bosnia, and the hesitation of Bill Clinton.
President Clinton visits China, considering US - Chinese relations and Nixon's 1972 visit.
Paula Jones' civil prosecution of Clinton for an alleged 1991 sexual assault thrown out.
Contrasting Clinton's high approval rating with the widespread belief that he's lying.
Allegations that Clinton persuaded Monica Lewinsky to give false testimony examined.
The prosperity and popularity of President Clinton.
Did Bill Clinton use family and political influence to avoid being drafted during Vietnam?
Profiles of politicians Colin Powell and "Mickey" Leland (1944-1989)
The possible entrance of Colin Powell and Ross Perot in to the race for the presidency.
Should Americans celebrate, or be embarrased by, Columbus Day?
Alistair Cooke considers the power held by Alan Greenspan over the economic market plunge.
President Clinton's trip to dissuade Boris Yeltsin from sending nuclear aid to Iran.
How broad is the public appeal of Colin Powell, and could he be a presidential candidate?
Gorbachev's banning of a Yeltsin rally in Moscow worries Alistair Cooke.
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