By the late 1990s, the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Represented approximately 30 million Americans.
Asian Americans have not found assimilation easy. In the presidential election of 1992, George Bush, Bill Clinton, Ross
Perot, and Joe Walsh were candidate's for president of the United States. In 1991, Bush replaced Supreme Court Justice Thurgood
Marshall with Clarence Thomas. The women who accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment was Anite Hall. No economic issue
had more political impact by 1992 than the widespread belief in the decline of the middle class. The most controversial proposal
of Bill Clinton's administration was the prorosal to end discrimination against gays in the military. The consumer advocate
who ran for president in 2000 with the Green Party was Ralph Nadar. Kenneth Starr was the special prosecuter appointed to
investigate Whitewater and the Lewinsky scandal. The leading Republican proponent of the Contract with America was Newt Gingrich.