Clinton Presidential Materials Project
Documents issued by the White House during President Clinton’s administration can be accessed at the National Archives and Records Administration’s Clinton Presidential Materials Project. The project’s primary mission is the preservation of the Presidential records, personal and donated papers, and memorabilia of the Clinton Administration.
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents
The Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents is published every Monday by the Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration and contains statements, messages, and other Presidential materials released by the White House during the preceding week. It is possible to search or browse the Weekly Compilation from 1993 to the present day at http://www.ofr.gov
Clinton Presidential Center
The Clinton Presidential Center, in Little Rock, Arkansas, shows both the legacy of the Clinton Administration and Bill Clinton’s ongoing work with his Presidential Library and Foundation.
History of the Department of State During the Clinton Presidency (1993 – 2001)
Toward the end of the Clinton Administration, the Executive Office of the President initiated an Administrative History Project to ensure that future scholars would have a record of the major events and initiatives of each U.S. Government department and agency during the Clinton Administration. The resulting History of the Department of State During the Clinton Presidency (1993 – 2001) is a working document designed as a reference guide to assist researchers and other interested persons with relevant information on the organizational changes, major policy initiatives, and diplomatic events involving the Department of State during the Clinton years.
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