Tonight, January 18, at 8pm, James Panero will host an open lecture & discussion at the National Arts Club on two new political histories. Few American politicians have been as interesting as President Clinton and the late Senator Moynihan. Both pols crossed party lines to become maverick Democrats, tackling thorny social issues in a way that few others have done since. Both had a style that was all their own. Both proved, once again, that all politics is personal. The Literary Committee of the National Arts Club invites you to rediscover these two magnetic figures with a reading and discussion by the author and editor of two new revealing, "conversational" books: Daniel Patrick Moynihan: A Portrait in Letters of an American Visionary, edited by Steven R. Weisman (Yale University Press), and A Complicated Man: The Life of Bill Clinton as Told by Those Who Know Him, by Michael Takiff (Public Affairs)