Ever Get the Feeling You're Being Watched?

Two men are keeping a close eye on DAN QUAYLE, and they aren't members of his Secret Service detail. BOB WOODWARD and DAVID BRODER of the Washington Post plan to track the Vice President for the next few months for a series of articles on his conduct in office. White House officials, worried about the inevitable rash of "Is he ready?" stories during the '92 campaign, have told Quayle's staff to avoid the Post. But Quayle decided to cooperate, figuring the two reporters would gain access to advisers anyway.


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