The Clinton Library in Little Rock, Ark., on Wednesday posted a large number of memos written by Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan from her time working in the Clinton White House in the 1990’s.
The memos came from the files of Bruce Reed, who was Kagan’s boss in the Domestic Policy Council. Kagan was Reed’s deputy from 1997 to 1999.
The library website states: “This material is limited to what has been currently identified and should not be considered comprehensive.”
The topics covered in the “memoranda, e-mails, notes and clippings” include abortion, hate crimes, welfare reform, campaign finance, immigration, civil rights enforcement, Clinton’s race initiative and civil rights enforcement.
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