Visitors to the Bill Clinton presidential library should allow at least two hours for a visit, according to library director David Alsobrook. For their $7 admission fee, they`ll see, A presidential timeline that highlights Clinton`s eight years in office. The first panel features a quote from Clinton`s first inaugural address: "There is nothing wrong with America that cannot be cured by what is right with America." Fourteen alcoves that highlight significant themes from Clinton`s presidency. One discusses "The Fight For Power," and lumps Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky in with the president`s policy battles with the GOP. Extended treatment of Clinton`s peace efforts in Northern Ireland, the Balkans and the Middle East, and his efforts to mend race relations in America. Scores of gifts Clinton received in his world travels. The cultural significance of many artifacts, many with unique craftsmanship, would make them suitable for any museum, not necessarily one dedicated to Clinton`s presidency. A replica of the Oval Office, down to the collection of military medallions Clinton collected during visits to bases and forts worldwide. Alsobrook says visitors who want to take in everything should allow four hours. Tourists with only an hour to spare may want to spend time with the gifts from world leaders.