Congress: Why The Center May Not Hold For ClintonRichard S. Dunham
With self-described "New Democrat" Bill Clinton in the White House, moderate and conservative Capitol Hill Democrats started 1993 with heady optimism. But this year has become a time of bitter disappointment for them. Squeezed between the liberal wing of their own party and the bomb-throwing partisanship of conservative Republicans, moderate Democrats have become fringe players.
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