April 1994
New Republic;4/18/94, Vol. 210 Issue 16, p11
Comments on issues and events related to on U.S. government and politics as of April 18, 1994. Views on the efforts made by President Bill Clinton to reach out to people; Use of business cards as evidence in a hate crime case against defendant Gerald Hight; Publication of the books "Distinguishing Features," by Stanley Kauffmann, and "The Man in the Water," by Roger Rosenblatt.


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