Once again, it's the `vision thing.'

Barone, Michael
January 1994
U.S. News & World Report;1/31/94, Vol. 116 Issue 4, p50
Opinion. Suggests that President Bill Clinton has trouble voicing a coherent vision. Makings of a successful president cited in Stephen Skowronek's book, `The Politics Presidents Make'; How, on foreign policy and cultural issues, Clinton has wobbled from one narrative line to another; Economics--the issue on which he comes closest to a compelling single narrative; Health care--the issue on which his rhetoric and his remedy have equal weight; More.


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