The new age of anxiety

Gibbs, Nancy; Duffy, Michael
April 1996
Time;4/1/1996, Vol. 147 Issue 14, p34
Reports that the theme of the 1996 presidential campaign is about change that is beyond control. President Bill Clinton and likely Republican challenger Bob Dole running on who they are rather than on what they will do; Personal backgrounds of both men; Dole's reluctance to discuss his World War II injuries; Clinton's willingness to talk about anything; Details about their wives; Strengths and weaknesses of both candidates.


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