Tantrums, taxes & tactics

Auster, Bruce B.; Borger, Gloria
November 1995
U.S. News & World Report;11/27/95, Vol. 119 Issue 21, p34
Considers how political theatrics in Washington have obscured the real issues and facts concerning the budget deficit. Why, in the early rounds, President Bill Clinton and the Democrats appear to have won; How spin doctors have obscured the facts and the stakes; Confrontational tactics used by the Republicans; Future fights over Medicare, tax cuts, welfare and education. INSET: Untitled (statistics on Medicare and the budget deficit).


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