VINCENT FOSTER AND Ken Starr had something in common: Both failed to understand that public service demands higher standards of ethical conduct than does the world of corporate lawyering from whence they came. Foster, a lackey for influence-buying giants like Stephens Inc., ran the Rose Law Firm in the red-light district where money and politics meet, and brought the same moral code to Washington. Foster was the keeper of some of the Clinton's dirty little financial secrets, and tried to keep the lid on White House scandals like Travelgate--but when the glare of public accountability fell upon him as White House counsel (and with his friend and law partner Webster Hubbell about to be revealed as a thief), he couldn't take it,... More >>>