Has Gephardt Found A Slingshot For The Democrats?Paul Magnusson
With a halting recovery doing little to ease the pain of recession, the economy should be by far the best issue for Democrats as the 1992 Presidential campaign warms up. But Democrats, whose economic ideas voters still eye with deep suspicion, are having trouble coming up with a way to exploit President Bush's greatest vulnerability.
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