Elvis vs. Big Daddy

Klein, J.
March 1992
New York;3/30/92, Vol. 25 Issue 13, p30
States that the conventional wisdom about the United States' 1992 presidential elections is that Bill Clinton will be trounced. Argues that this is simply not true because Clinton is a survivor. How America is in for a much more interesting, complex, and challenging event than anyone seems to realize.


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