WHAT DOLE WON'T CUT

WHY VOTERS HAVE REASON TO DOUBT HE CAN BALANCE THE BUDGET AND REDUCE TAXES

In the six weeks since Bob Dole announced his economic plan, he has been attacked for not being specific enough. But that's not fair. The Republican candidate has been quite specific about both the programs he would enlarge and the ones he is not willing to touch to pay for his across-the-board 15% income-tax cut. To Californians he promised more B-2s, and in New Mexico he assured Energy Department workers that they would be spared the downsizing he has planned for that agency. Last week he was at it again, offering an expanded version of the G.I. Bill and promising that...

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