Books by Clara Bingham

Released: June 1, 2016

"People like Bingham (b. 1963), who 'missed the party,' may be astonished by aspects of this tumultuous story. Baby boomers will find themselves infuriated once again by vivid accounts of the My Lai massacre, the Kent State and Jackson State shootings, and other tumultuous events."
An engrossing oral history of the youth rebellion of the 1960s. Read full book review >
Released: June 18, 2002

"Detailed but not dense: a sturdy addition to the literature of social justice and contemporary women's issues."
A complex account of justice sought—and won—in a case that stretched out over a quarter-century. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 1, 1997

"An interesting, occasionally gossipy look behind Congress's closed doors, but hardly authoritative. (Author tour)"
A workmanlike account of the 103rd Congress, elected in 1992, the Year of the Woman, focusing on four Democratic women: newcomers Senator Patty Murray and Representatives Cynthia McKinney and Louise Slaughter, as well as veteran representative Pat Schroeder. Read full book review >