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Aller's 1971 suicide had an influential impact on Clinton.British writer and feminist Sara Maitland said of Clinton, "I remember Bill and Frank Aller taking me to a pub in Walton Street in the summer term of 1969 and talking to me about the Vietnam War.He subsequently decided not to join the ROTC, saying in a letter to the officer in charge of the program that he opposed the war, but did not think it was honorable to use ROTC, National Guard, or Reserve service to avoid serving in Vietnam.
Hammerschmidt, who had received 77 percent of the vote in 1972, defeated Clinton by only a 52 percent to 48 percent margin.One was his visit as a Boys Nation senator to the White House to meet President John F. With the aid of scholarships, Clinton attended the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Washington, D. During his time at Oxford, Clinton befriended fellow American Rhodes Scholar Frank Aller.C., receiving a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service degree in 1968. Upon graduating from Georgetown in 1968, Clinton won a Rhodes Scholarship to University College, Oxford, where he initially read for a B. in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics but transferred to a B. In 1969, Aller received a draft letter that mandated deployment to the Vietnam War.A member of the Democratic Party, Clinton was ideologically a New Democrat, and many of his policies reflected a centrist "Third Way" political philosophy.Clinton was born and raised in Arkansas and attended Georgetown University, University College, Oxford, and Yale Law School.