Merge right, with caution

Cohn, Bob; Turque, Bill
November 1994
Newsweek;11/28/1994, Vol. 124 Issue 22, p26
Offers comments on United States President Bill Clinton's mood after the 1994 elections as he traveled to the Indonesia and Hawaii. The trade summit; The question of how he will survive in the Age of Gingrich; Lack of a clear political strategy; Why Clinton needs to move to the right; His comment on school prayer.


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