Polling For PolicySusan B. Garland and Richard S. Dunham and Laura Zinn
He was weaned on 1950s' tele-vision, playground of Madi-son Avenue hucksters. Andhis campaign team includeda pair of Tinseltown producers. As he neared victory, his advisers said he was "closing the sale" with the American people. Small wonder, then, that Bill Clinton, the nation's first baby-boomer President, now sees himself as Salesman-in-Chief.
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