Evans & Novak

Evans, Rowland; Novak, Robert
May 1994
Human Events;5/6/94, Vol. 50 Issue 17, p8
Reports on the political and partisan activities in the United States. Congress' disinterest in pursuing the Whitewater scandal involving President Bill Clinton and wife Hillary; Health care alternatives proposal by Republican leaders.


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