Running Against The Bush EconomyBy
Last spring, as President Bush basked in his Persian Gulf victory, despondent Democrats concluded that nothing short of a prolonged economic slump offered them any hope of capturing the White House in 1992. If enough average Americans were frightened about the economic future, they reasoned, a challenger might have a shot at defeating the President.
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