ELECTION '96: CAMPAIGN: TWO MEN, TWO VISIONS

ALL ELECTIONS ARE ABOUT CHANGE; THE KIND WE SEEK AND THE KIND WE FEAR. SO WHAT HAVE THE CANDIDATES TOLD US ABOUT HOW THEY'D HANDLE IT?

It has been said that a man's life can be understood only at the moment of his death, and so too, maybe, with a presidential campaign. The 1996 race has been a study in change--what started for Bill Clinton as a long shot looks like a rout two years later. But that's because it has also been a study in change of another kind, the kind we're living through every day. Bob Dole and Bill Clinton have ended up conducting a public version of a private conversation we all have, about how to keep up, get fit, make money, do good...

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