The Week October 16-22


The Politics of Association

Trying to bolster the flagging campaigns of two Democratic heavyweights, President Clinton traveled to New York and Massachusetts and stumped for Governor Mario Cuomo and Senator Edward Kennedy, both of whom have apparently decided that the President's pariah status is nothing compared with theirs. "The fog is beginning to clear," proclaimed the hopeful President in Framingham, Massachusetts, as he urged voters to pull Democratic levers "for the agents of change, not for the agents of yesterday."

The Politics of Immigration

Republican California Governor Pete Wilson's re-election strategy hit an unexpected snag when former Housing Secretary Jack...

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