Clinton in the twilight zone

Alter, J.
June 1992
Newsweek;6/15/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 24, p28
Reports that Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton is trying to figure out how to reintroduce himself to an American public that still does not know much about him--and does not much like what it does know. Details of what most Americans think about him; Prediction that eventually, Clinton will have to go after Ross Perot.


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