In this corner, Mr. Gephardt

June 1997
America;6/21/1997, Vol. 176 Issue 21, p3
Editorial. Presents the author's view on the dispute between President Bill Clinton and Missouri Democrat Representative Richard A. Gephardt. Journalist's suspicion on Gephardt's aim for his party's presidential nomination in the year 2000; Mr. Clinton's refusal to entertain the suspicion; Two major questions that they pointedly disagree.


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