The Wright decision

In dismissing Paula Jones’s sexual-harassment suit against President Bill Clinton before it went to trial, Judge Susan Webber Wright sounded a note of clarity amidst the din of accusations surrounding the president. Judge Wright, a Republican appointed by President George Bush, ruled that even if Jones’s allegations were true, such behavior, however crude, did not constitute sexual harassment under Arkansas law. The spuriousness of Jones...

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