Who’s To Blame?

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Jane Eis­ner’s com­ments on Mon­ica Lewin­sky (“Mulling Over Mon­ica,” Oc­to­ber 5) and her new book made me lose my break­fast. Com­ing off of the Yom Kip­pur fast, I did not need the loss of its nu­tri­tional value. In the con­test be­tween whose moral­ity was lower, Clin­ton’s or Lewin­sky’s, I would ex­pect more from a mar­ried man, Rhodes scholar and pres­i­dent of the United States than from a 20-some­thing White House in­tern. How Clin­ton, a se­rial adul­terer if ever there was one, gets a pass from the left in gen­eral, and women in par­tic­u­lar is be­yond my com­pre­hen­sion. If he were a pub­lic com­pany CEO, the sex­ual harass­ment suit would have been filed in mil­lisec­onds.

JACK KAY Fram­ing­ham, Mass.

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