All is well

Lane, Charles
July 1996
New Republic;7/15/96-7/22/96, Vol. 215 Issue 3/4, p42
Provides an account of the political and economic situation in the U.S. under the administration of President Bill Clinton as of July 1996. Indications that the country leads a strong economy; Comparison of the U.S. to other industrial nations; Views on Clinton's leadership capabilities.


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