Return of the comeback kid

Gergen, David
July 1992
U.S. News & World Report;7/13/92, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p40
Discusses how on the eve of the 1992 Democratic convention, presidential candidate Bill Clinton is springing back to life--and if events keep breaking his way, he might yet be the year's `comeback kid.' The four factors that will probably help Clinton over the long haul; The staggering economy; The issue of abortion; The Iran-Contra affair could blow up for Republicans; President George Bush as enemy of both Clinton and independent Ross Perot.


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