What's their line?

Barone, Michael
June 1996
U.S. News & World Report;6/10/96, Vol. 120 Issue 23, p43
Questions what Democrats will do if they win control of Congress in the fall of 1996. Promises by House Democratic leader Richard Gephardt; Goal to convince voters that Democrats can improve their quality of life and standard of living; Question of what Democrats would do about the impending budget crunch; Few Democrats who are confident that they know the true convictions of President Bill Clinton.


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