How Much Credit Can Clinton Take For Crime’s Drop?

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The administration of Bill Clinton can take little legitimate credit for the nation’s crime declines in the 1990s, argues conservative writer Rich Lowry in a new book. Lowry, editor of National Review magazine, contended at a forum yesterday that the main reasons for the reduction in crime rates were “prisons, pot, and cops.” He explained
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