What The Democrats Would Do For You

October 1998
Human Events;10/23/98, Vol. 54 Issue 40, p1
Focuses on the reforms proposed by the United States Democratic Congressional candidates led by House Speaker Dick Gephardt and Majority Leader David Bonior. Includes Pete Stark's plan to nationalize the health care system; William Clay's welfare-to-work rules; Lack of action to ban partial-birth abortion.


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