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I’m for more of the domestic policies enacted during the part of Bill’s “the era of big government is over” administration.
I think it’s important to note that his first 2 years were a little rough and that he retroactively raised taxes when he entered office.
It wasn’t until after ’94 that it started to pick up. That’s where his talents truly kicked in. His greatest politician of our lifetime reputation is well earned. He saw the change and was able to pivot, embracing many of the policies he had previously stridently opposed (with welfare reform and balanced budget legislation being the most notable).
In some ways Newt Gingrich (as a PR foil and policy wonk) and Reagan (peace dividend and tech boom per R&D push in 80’s) were Clinton’s greatest assests, in addition to his charisma, savy, and political astuteness, wisdom, and acumen.
Exactly how government is supposed to work, in a meandering, roundabout way.