A Winter Of Discontent In New Hampshire

George Bush couldn't have asked for a better audience. On Jan. 28, 800 members of New Hampshire's business elite gathered in a Manchester hotel to toast their survival in a tough year and watch the President unveil his economic program. On a screen that towered over the ballroom, they saw Bush adopt the martial rhetoric of Operation Desert Storm as he vowed to vanquish the recession with laser-guided tax cuts.

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