For Christmas Eve, I’m offering up this eight-minute excerpt from Bill Clinton’s address to the Slate 60 gathering of philanthropists on November 13, 2006 at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock. Talking about what it means to be truly free, Clinton compares Nelson Mandela with Yasser Arafat. He concludes with an assertion of the essential unity of life and his belief that we are in “the most exciting time in human history and nowhere near the worst.”
Click here for a complete audio recording of Clinton’s remarks, courtesy of Slate.com .
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