Barnes, Fred
April 1995
New Republic;4/10/95, Vol. 212 Issue 15, p12
Focuses on the Coalition, a group of Democratic legislators in the U.S. Influence of the group on U.S. President Bill Clinton; Views of the Coalition on the Democratic Party; Requirements for joining the organization; Cooperation between Republicans and Democrats.


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