Kenneth W. Starr

Kenneth W. Starr was an American lawyer and judge who served as a federal Court of Appeals judge and as the Solicitor General for President George H. W. Bush. Starr is most widely known for his tenure as Independent Counsel while Bill Clinton was U.S. President, during which he led the investigation that resulted in Clinton's impeachment. He also served as the president of Baylor University and was involved in various other legal activities throughout his career.


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  1. 1. The Starr Report

    This book is a detailed report on the investigation of a sitting U.S. President, focusing on his extramarital affairs and the subsequent perjury and obstruction of justice charges. The report, which was conducted by an independent counsel, became a significant political and cultural event, leading to impeachment proceedings. It includes explicit details about the President's personal life, and its release sparked widespread debate about the boundaries of public and private life for political figures.