`92 campaign edition

Howard, L.; Zeman, N.
February 1992
Newsweek;2/10/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 6, p5
Cites conventional wisdom which dictates that New Hampshire residents want Governor Bill Clinton to win the New Hampshire primary. Transcending the electorate's obsession with issues of sexual morality; Shifting the campaign emphasis to substantive issues.


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