Peace And Bitterness
Professor Jack Rakove is referenced in a Newsweek story about Chelsea Clinton as it relates to Hillary Clinton's connection to the peacemaking effort in Ireland:
Chelsea's faculty adviser, Prof. Jack Rakove, has said that Chelsea spoke with her father "at some length" about the negotiations. But the Clinton camp has declined to make it public. Through Clinton aides, Chelsea has directed reporters to ask Stanford for the document. But Stanford says it doesn't have a copy in its library, and Rakove, who does have one, says that only Chelsea can give the green light. The thesis, says Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines, "was written to satisfy an academic requirement—not media curiosity."