The '96 dream team

Norquist, Grover G.
May 1996
American Spectator;May96, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p56
Focuses on the 1996 presidential elections in the United States. Candidates; Political platforms; Welfare reform issues; Constitutional amendments and tax hikes.


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