Pecking At The President's PlanRichard S. Dunham and Susan B. Garland
With the temperature in Chillicothe, Ohio, hovering at 3F, President Clinton's advisers were sure he would cancel his early-morning jog. But on the first day of a coast-to-coast campaign for his new economic plan, the President wasn't about to let weather or conventional wisdom get in the way. The determination Clinton showed on Feb. 19 is something he'll need in spades as he tries to thaw the big chill he's getting from some business interests, a solid phalanx of Republicans, and even a few stray Democrats.
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