The First Hundred Days Of The Clinton AdministrationStreaming Video - 2013
When President Bill Clinton was inaugurated in January 1993, he inherited a humanitarian mission in Somalia that had U.S. troops protecting food aid and supplies; a simmering conflict in the Balkans that included charges of ethnic cleansing against the Muslim population in Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well as other human rights emergencies. His decision to enact "Don't Ask, Don't Tell' was seen as anti-gay at the time. This episode includes an interview with former President Jimmy Carter that examines the handling of these issues during the first 100 days of the Clinton administration. Also featured are reports from Sarajevo, Sri Lanka, and Mumbai.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1993
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (26 min.) :,sd., col