Slick policy documents. Rising personal invective. It sure looks as if politicians are getting down to the serious business of an election campaign. Although Prime Minister John Major can delay a vote until July, 1992, odds are shortening for an October election. Some economists expect the recession gloom to start lifting by that time. Early skirmishes point to two key election issues: taxes and strengthening public services such as education and health.
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