The Week October 9-15


Clinton Begins Campaign '94

With polls indicating voter support for congressional Democratic candidates to be at a historic low -- and the Governors aren't doing much better -- President Clinton ventured out of the White House to begin stumping for his party's revival. At a rally at a Ford assembly plant in Dearborn, Michigan, the President unfurled the aggressive political message he intends to press in the month ahead: Democrats propose "a covenant for the future" that will offer more jobs, a lower deficit and better education while Republicans would return to the "trickle-down" policies of the past. Republicans scoffed...

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