WASHINGTON DIARIST: Look who's talking

Barnes, Fred
October 1994
New Republic;10/31/94, Vol. 211 Issue 18, p54
Presents firsthand account of political events in the U.S. as of October 31, 1994. Election campaign issues discussed on talk radio programs; Popularity of Republican candidate Oliver North among rural people in Virginia; Role of Leon Panetta in criticizing the Republican Contract with America political platform; Views that the biggest losers in the 1994 campaign are the anti-Clinton Democrats.


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