The Mac Attack

BILL CLINTON's answer to the Bush campaign's emphasis on noneconomic issues has been to show that he, unlike the President, has a plan. His latest strategy involves using Macintosh computers to launch a high-tech assault intended to inform voters of exactly what that plan is. Drop by your local Democratic Party headquarters, and you too can access the Bill Clinton Interactive Kiosk, a multimedia presentation complete with moving pictures in which voters can view the candidate speaking to a rapt audience on 12 topics such as defense, the economy and welfare reform. Voters can even take home a printout of the...

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