February 1997
National Review;2/24/1997, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p6
The article comments on issues and events related to U.S. government and politics and international affairs. Amy Isaacs, national director of the Americans for Democratic Action, expects that U.S. President Bill Clinton will reach out for Democrats and back to his core values during his second term as he would not be accountable to constituents anymore. First Lady Hillary Clinton said that she could not be the person who misused a database installed in the White House. U.S. Democratic Senator Bob Kerrey is positioning himself for possible presidential run in 2000. Pope John Paul II has apparently approved an appeal made by the Vatican on the Italian government to ban smoking tobacco as a drug.


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