February 1994
New Republic;2/14/94, Vol. 210 Issue 7, p10
Comments on issues and events related to politics in the U.S. and overseas as of February 14, 1994. Criticism on U.S. President Bill Clinton for his unwillingness to lead the alliance that would deal with the civil war in Bosnia; Description on the editorial ability of the writers of the "Dissent" magazine in analyzing social and political issues in the U.S.; Statement issued by celebrity Dolly Parton about religion.


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