Photos from the Feb. 13 class of the Clinton Presidency

"Polarized reactions: Why people react so strongly, and in opposite ways, to Bill Clinton"

Segment 1:
Paul Greenberg– Pulitzer Prize-winning author and commentator, Greenberg describes himself as "an ideologically unreliable conservative." In the 1970s, Greenberg gave Bill Clinton the sobriquet "Slick Willie."

Segment 2:
Gene Lyons & Max Brantley– Lyons co-authored Fools for Scandal: How the Media Invented Whitewater and The Hunting of the President: The Ten-Year Campaign to Destroy Bill and Hillary Clinton. Max Brantley is a long time Arkansas journalist and is currently editor of the Arkansas Times.

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Peggy Scranton and Paul Greenberg

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Greenberg begins his presentation.

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Greenberg addresses the class.

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Greenberg fields a question.

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Greenberg responds to a student's question.

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Scranton questions Gene Lyons and Max Brantley.

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Gene Lyons makes a comment.

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Scranton, Lyons, and the class listen to Brantley.

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Brantley emphasizes a point.

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Lyons responds to a question.

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Lyons and Brantley take questions from the class.

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Brantley responds to a question.

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Students meet Lyons after the session.

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Students talk between sessions.

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A student gets ready to ask a question -- as the microphone approaches.

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Students converse with Brantley after the session.

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Scranton and students talk after the session.