Still On The Bench At Kickoff Time

According to ancient ritual, the Labor Day weekend is supposed to mark the start of serious political campaigning--and sound the opening bell for next fall's Presidential election. Not this year. Battling indecision and a Soviet crisis that underscores President Bush's command of foreign policy, most Democrats are shunning the campaign trail for the comforts of home.

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