Can he beat Bush?

March 1992
Newsweek;3/30/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 13, p24
Charts the struggle ahead for Democratic presidential candidate William Clinton as he heads toward his party's nomination and zeroes in on President George Bush. Surmounting character questions; Evidence for a close Bush-Clinton race; Lingering doubts about Mr. Clinton; Obsession of Clinton's strategists with not letting President Bush define their candidate. H. Fineman & A. McDaniel


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