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The differences between Bill Clinton and George Bush are plentiful and, for the most part, obvious.

19th May, 2007

The differences between Bill Clinton and George Bush are plentiful and, for the most part, obvious.

But consider one lesser-known contrast: when the Clinton administration left office in January 2001, it bequeathed 32 million e-mails to the US National Archives. When the Bush team departs in January 2009, it is expected more than 100 million e-mails will be handed over.

Tempting though it may be for Dubya’s detractors to suggest the discrepancy is related to the number of fine...

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