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Far better to crawl out from behind that dust ruffle, head over to New World Stages and let "Clinton the Musical" quell your fears.Smartly silly, hilariously impudent and sneakily compassionate, it is nearly guaranteed to leave you humming a bouncy, exuberant tune called "Monica's Song"—the lyrics are unprintable—and thinking far more fondly of the eight scandal-plagued years this country spent with a president from a place called Hope.Lewin Bernard Samson: 40-something British spy, based in London, England, by Len Deighton Hannah Sampson: CSI diver in the British Virgin Islands, by Kathy Brandt Lily Sampson: young American graduate student archeologist, in late 1930s and early 1940s Jerusalem and Morocco, by Aileen Baron Jake Samson: ex-cop, and Rosie Vicente, a carpenter, in Berkeley, California, by Shelley Singer John Samson: private investigator in London, England, by Miles Tripp Robert Sand: the Black Samurai, trained for seven years by a Japanese samurai master, fighting to save the world from sinister threats, by Marc Olden John Sanders: police detective, and Harriet Jeffries, a photographer, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by Sale, Medora Abigail (Sandy) Sanderson: crisply efficient secretary to Robert (Robby) Forsyth, a retired barrister in London, England, by E. 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