George Bush's search for the middle class

Dentzer, S.
January 1992
U.S. News & World Report;1/27/92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p12
Reports on the progress President George Bush made last week campaigning in New Hampshire, where he did what he might call `the middle-class thing'--such as sharing pizza with plant workers. Bush's approval rating falling to all-time lows; Bush's solution to redefine the middle class; His emerging economic-growth package; The politics of broad tax cuts; Real help for the real middle class.


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