NATION: After a noisy season of discontent, the voters decide to keep the bums in
The major issues that were supposed to matter vanished behind the voting-booth curtain. By and large, incumbents won, hypocrites lost, ballot initiatives, worthy or not, were voted down, and two-thirds of those eligible to vote stayed home. Though both parties found something to celebrate, the Democrats fared better in preparing for the redistricting of House seats. Neither party emerged with a clear mandate to carry it to 1992 -- and George Bush turned out to be vulnerable after all.
WORLD: Bush gambles that doubling...