Powerful Men

When philandering becomes misogyny

Of course, this isn’t about sex. It’s about possible obstruction of justice." "Clinton’s sex life is his own business. What matters is whether he’s doing what we elected him to do." "If his wife can live with him, why should we care?"

Gosh, we’re all so grown-up. Sex may have been all we thought about in the late sixties, but we’re far beyond that now. If it weren’t for those questions of perjury and the electoral mandate, we...

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LaVonne Neff is executive book editor at Loyola Press in Chicago.