LITTLE ROCK Ark. —In the nearly five years since the $165 million William J. Clinton Presidential Center opened here, the riverfront area of Arkansas’ capital has experienced a restaurant boom. Jordan Johnson, a spokesman for the Clinton Foundation, said the library has served as an “engine of change” in the riverfront area of Little Rock. The Arkansas native said the 16-block area that includes the library and other foundation buildings ...
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