R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., Editor-in-Chief of The American Spectator, traces the formative influences on the young, fatherless Clinton by the hustlers and rogues who populated his boyhood hometown of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Tyrrell shows how the influence-peddlers who dominated Arkansas politics served as Clinton's real political models, and explains how these factors combined with Clinton's '60s-era radicalism to create a new, more dangerous type of career politician.With dozens of fresh revelations about both Bill and Hillary Clinton, Tyrrell sheds important new light on their activities in Arkansas and Washington. Tyrrell also draws together the overwhelming evidence - enough to convict any lesser citizen - that the Clintons are guilty of tax fraud, obstruction of justice, and lying to government agencies.
"Outrageous...extremely funny...a coherent narrative about a bizarre political career and the forces which helped create it." (Washington Times) "The record Mr. Tyrrell offers in Boy Clinton - assembled with insight, wit, and literary flair - gives a picture of two people intent of penetrating the checks and balances of the Constitution and impose their cronies on Washington and the vision of their 1960s gurus on the nation...." (Wall Street Journal)