Cut it out with that "whereof" s**t, though. We get it, you're cultured.
Clinton doesn't give any indication in the book that she saw this situation (black men being forced to serve rich white politicians) as kinda problematic. Instead she takes the opportunity to discuss how "apprehensive" she was about having scary black criminals in her house, until she learned that they weren't so scary after all. This would be a heartwarming memoir if it was written in the 1800s, but like we said, this book came out in 1996. That's 14 years after "Ebony And Ivory" cured racism forever, so there's really no excuse.
This all makes the Clintons sound less like progressive Democrats and more like one of the less-s****y white characters from 12 Years A Slave. And although the book had been out for 20 years, somehow nobody -- not in the media, not even from the Trump opposition research team -- made note of this until a random Twitter user posted about it in June 2017. (We would certainly never suggest that Trump read about this and said, "So? What's wrong with slavery?" That would be cheap of us.)