Kaus, Mickey
July 1994
New Republic;7/4/94, Vol. 211 Issue 1, p6
Deals with the failure of the political consultants hired by U.S. President Bill Clinton to prevent his administration to be influenced by Republican economics as depicted in the books "The Agenda," by Bob Woodward. Description of a meeting between political consultant Paul Begala and Deputy Budget Director Alice Rivlin in February 1993; Purpose of the effort to reduce the budget deficit; Implications of the economic initiatives supported by the administration for the middle class and the poor.


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