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Friday, September 20, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Moratorium On Logging In Northern California’s...
1996-09-20

Do The Democrats Really Have A Chance of Winning Back Congress?

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WITH JUST 45 DAYS TO GO BEFORE THE NOVEMBER ELECTIONS, PRESIDENT CLINTON SEEMS TO BE MAINTAINING A COMMANDING LEAD IN THE POLLS OVER BOB DOLE. AND MORE AND MORE ATTENTION IS BEING FOCUSED ON THE POSSIBILITY THAT A STRONG CLINTON VICTORY MIGHT LEAD TO THE DEMOCRATS REGAINING CONTROL OF ONE OR BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS. PACIFICA’S NATIONAL AFFAIRS CORRESPONDENT LARRY BENSKY HAS BEEN FOLLOWING THE CONGRESSIONAL SITUATION CLOSELY. HE JOINS US FROM PACIFICA STATION KPFA IN BERKELEY. DO THE DEMOCRATS REALLY HAVE A CHANCE OF WINNING BACK CONGRESS?


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