HUSHED ON THE STUMP

HILLARY CAMPAIGNS WITHOUT PRESS OR TV SOUND BITES, BUT THE WHITEWATER ISSUE FOLLOWS HER ANYWAY

Hillary Rodham Clinton can fire up a friendly crowd--and raise money for Democrats--as few other speakers can. But just hearing her name angers some people. How to capitalize on her 50% favorable rating without grating further on the 45% who view her unfavorably? The First Lady's answer is a stealth campaign.

Four or five days a week, Mrs. Clinton is on the road, addressing mostly preselected audiences from New London, Connecticut, to Los Angeles. But no national journalists are allowed on her plane. If any of them want to cover her appearances, they have to make their own travel arrangements. And...

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