TITLE

Is Bill Clinton for real?

AUTHOR(S)
Church, George J.; Barrett, Laurence I.; Woodbury, Richard; Riley, Michael
PUB. DATE
January 1992
SOURCE
Time;1/27/1992, Vol. 139 Issue 4, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Scrutinizes Arkansas Gov. William Clinton, 45, apparent front-runner for the1992 Democratic presidential nomination, his background, his effectiveness as governor and his platform. Scenario of the national press and television; Clinton's current position in national and New Hampshire polls; Vulnerability on health care plan and rumors of womanizing; Suspicion the Clinton boom is media created; Outline of Clinton the man, the governor, the candidate.
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9201270859

 

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