Barnes, Fred
November 1993
New Republic;11/15/93, Vol. 209 Issue 20, p14
Criticizes the manner in which United States President Bill Clinton has apparently given in to Republican Party pressure regarding his proposed national health care policy. Criticism that Clinton is too sensitive to Congressional pressures; Other instances in which Clinton has given in to pressure, including budget and foreign policy issues; Policy activism and political passivity; Return of President Jean Bertrand Aristide with American military help.


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