All eyes on the dole

Howard, Lucy; Koehl, Carla
December 1994
Newsweek;12/5/1994, Vol. 124 Issue 23, p6
Observes the relationship between incoming majority leader Bob Dole and the White House since President Bill Clinton and Dole struck a deal to back the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) pact. Outcome of Dole's meeting with White House chief of staff Leon Panetta, Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen and Trade Rep. Mickey Kantor.


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