`Crunch time.'

March 1992
Current Events;3/9/92, Vol. 91 Issue 21, p1
Tells why the race for the presidency of the United States is entering a crucial time for candidates of both parties. Explains what primaries and caucuses are; Looks at the primary finishes of the eight major candidates; The race between Democratic candidates Bill Clinton and Paul Tsongas. INSET: Make your choice (`Current Events' presidential ballot)..


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