The Political Interest: The Self-Making of a Front Runner

The Self-Making of a Front Runner

Only the brave or the foolish play golf in 30 degrees weather, but Bill Clinton needed some release -- nine quick holes at the Little Rock Country Club last Wednesday. In jeans and a windbreaker, Clinton raced around the course, offering a running (and occasionally profane) commentary on his erratic game and long stream-of-consciousness rambles about health care and tax policy, two of the issues he hopes to master well enough to carry him to the White House. As he recharged himself physically, his mind remained squarely on the prize, and especially on how exactly he intends to get it.


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