THERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR anybody worried that the Dole rebound will mean a dull presidential race. Though he hasn't made up his mind, Ross Perot is leaning toward taking another run at it. Once again, he sees an opportunity and a rationale. Budget balancing, term limits and the reform of Medicare and Social Security are all stalled in Congress or neglected, so far, as campaign issues. So Perot told the Washington Post last week that while he would prefer to stay in private life, "I cannot live with myself knowing what these problems are and seeing the people in government not...

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