`They'll Vote For Me Because They Want A Leader, Not A Boss'
Give Bill Clinton credit for trying. Just weeks before the Democratic Convention, the Arkansas Governor has slimmed down his chunky profile, revamped his economic plan, and picked a fight with Jesse Jackson. Clinton has even dabbled with some Perot-style populism. So far, none of it has lifted the candidate's standings in the polls. But in a June 23 interview with BUSINESS WEEK's Washington Bureau Chief Lee Walczak and Economics Correspondent Howard Gleckman, Clinton showed he's still an optimist.
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