The museum features two statistical portraits that represent President Clinton's accomplishments at home and abroad. Between 1992 and 2000, employment in the United States increased by more than 22 million and the number of people 25 and older with college education rose by more than 10 million. At the same time, the crime rate was reduced by a quarter, and the number of people living below the poverty line was reduced nearly 4%.
Abroad the percentage of countries with electoral democracies rose 10%. The total number of nuclear warheads was reduced by more than 20 thousand and trade volume increased from $202 billion to $1.5 trillion.
Photos and text © Gleaves Whitney 2006