| Will Clinton learn from his scandal-plagued predecessor?
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/25/98, 12:00 am
When journalists talk of coverups, the former president to whom they most often compare Bill Clinton these days is Richard Nixon. When the discussion turns to Mr. Clinton and adulterous sex, John F. Kennedy's name also emerges. But the comparison that is perhaps most apt, on grounds of both sex and scandal, is not being made: Bill Clinton and Warren G. Harding, who is often considered to be (with competition from U.S. Grant) the worst president in American history.