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Former President Bill Clinton presented his thoughts on the current state of the American economy and outlined his plan for financial recovery. The former president argued that the government and financial institutions must work together to ensure economic growth and championed investment in green technology. Former President Clinton presented his thoughts in conversation with his daughter, Chelsea Clinton, at the New York Historical Society in New York City. This was a book launch event held by publisher Alfred A. Knopf. close
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Bill Clinton U.S. President (Former) United States
Chelsea Clinton Daughter Bill Clinton
Sonny Mehta President and Publisher Alfred A. Knopf
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