The Political Interest: Circling the White House

Circling the White House

Now let us finish the job." Reduced to a bumper sticker, that's what the Republicans think they will be offering in 1996. And if the new, G.O.P.-controlled Congress can deliver the change its leaders promise, voters may well be ready for a Republican President. But who? The list of those who think they can take Bill Clinton may grow to phone-book size, but here's a morning line on the early contenders:

The Insider-Reformers: After grousing for years about gridlock, the public wants Congress to produce the reform Clinton hasn't. "For once," says former Republican National Committee chairman Rich Bond, who is...

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