He graduated from Georgetown University and received a law degree from Yale University in 1973. After marrying Hillary Rodham in 1975, Clinton was elected Arkansas Attorney General in 1976 and won the governorship in 1978. After losing a bid for a second term, he regained the office four years later and served until he defeated incumbent George Bush in the 1992 presidential race.
Clinton became the first Democratic president since Franklin D. Roosevelt to win a second term. In 2004, Clinton released his autobiography, underwent heart bypass surgery and oversaw the opening of the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Ark.
Deftly maintaining an evenhanded tone in tackling a sensitive topic, this documentary first traces the roots, rise and rocky history of the conservative evangelical movement in America. The film then goes on to explore how President George W. Bush's religious beliefs inform his decisions as the country's commander in chief. Included are rare archival clips, interviews with leading evangelists and comments from key players in Washington.
- The War Room
- Inside American Power: Air Force One
- Elusive Peace: Israel and the Arabs
- Killer at Large: Why Obesity...
- The Take
- The Presidents
- Shine a Light
- Bill Clinton: Hope, Charisma, Controversy
- The American President
- Presidential Bloopers
- The Hunting of the President
- Road to the Presidency
- The Power of Nightmares
- Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us
- Blocking the Path to 9/11
- Swing State
- I Am Because We Are
- Sprawling From Grace
- American Experience: Clinton