From the pages of the September 18, 2006 issue of The New Yorker
, a special presentation of The New Yorker
editor David Remnick's "The Wanderer", a lengthy profile of Bill Clinton and his life after the presidency. Remnick writes about Clinton's quest to secure his legacy, possibly through his wife Hillary's election to the White House and/or through his foundation work on international health initiatives and his persisting influence over world leaders.
Listen to former President Bill Clinton read his memoir, My Life. You can also check out various other speeches and books related to President Clinton.
Or, listen to other work by David Remnick.
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