Tracking Hillary

Bernstein, Amy
November 1992
U.S. News & World Report;11/23/92, Vol. 113 Issue 20, p18
Reports that even as the `Quayle Quarterly' winds down, the `Hillary Clinton Quarterly' is preparing its debut. Publisher Frank Marafiote--an admirer of both Clintons--calls his digest `a cross between the `New Republic' and the `National Enquirer.' Analysis of Mrs. Clinton's media coverage; Subscriptions are $15.


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