Better Keep Him in the Tent

THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE HAS AGREED TO GIVE JESSE JACKSON a whopping $1.5 million budget to register voters in the final weeks of the race. Some Clinton campaign officials are fuming about it, but more seasoned Jackson watchers on the campaign see it another way. They argue that Clinton has established much by coming this far without bending his knee to the reverend. Since Clinton has a big lead and plenty of money, it is better to pay now, financing radio ads and travel for Jackson, than to wonder if he will start some divisive -- and expensive -- sulking in...

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