On Jan. 20, William Jefferson Clinton will stand on the steps of the U. S. Capitol, take the oath of office as the nation's 42nd President, and usher in what he hopes is a bright new era. At 46, Clinton is the second-youngest American to be elected President, after John F. Kennedy. And as the leader of his generation, he has promised momentous changes. The man from Hope, Ark., vows to restore the nation's tattered faith in government. But Clinton doesn't want to stop there. He aims to rebuild the American economy, brick by brick, highway by highway, schoolroom by schoolroom.
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