June 1994
New Republic;6/20/94, Vol. 210 Issue 25, p8
Comments on issues related to politics in the U.S. as of June 1994. Rules of the U.S. House Democratic Caucus which govern members who are convicted of a crime; Addition of two authors Mickey Kaus and Robert Wright to the "The New Republic" team; Call for readers to submit their own version of what a graph intended to illustrate U.S. President Bill Clinton's economic and political future could signify.


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