From The Publisher: Jul. 27, 1992

Great ideas are often generated in the most unlikely places, or so claims photographer P.F. Bentley, whose latest brainstorm occurred while he was having dinner at a sushi bar in Nashua, N.H. Bentley was part of the press corps covering the state's first-in-the-nation primary, and he was trying to devise a more personal approach to the campaign. Then it hit him: Why not portray a run for the presidency from the inside looking out? A few days later, P.F. told associate picture editor Rick Boeth that he'd like to hook up with the Clinton campaign, a risky choice because the Arkansas...

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