Cooper, Matthew
January 1996
New Republic;1/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 1, p10
Comments on the mounting pressure for a budget deal between U.S. President Bill Clinton and the U.S. Congress as of January 1996. Commendation of the presidential advisers regarding budget deal; Concerns in case of a budget agreement; Expectation of the advisers of republican presidential aspirant Bob Dole.


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