The president in the eye of the storm

Budiansky, Stephen
September 1992
U.S. News & World Report;9/14/92, Vol. 113 Issue 10, p14
Reports that the claim of unfair treatment--from skewed convention coverage to criticism of relief efforts in Florida--has been a constant theme from United States President George Bush's re-election campaign in recent weeks. Why all incumbent presidents are to a certain extent sitting ducks for the press; The difficulty for an incumbent to dissociate himself from economic news; More.


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