A New Democrat?

Burns, John W.; Taylor, Andrew J.
January 2001
Independent Review;Winter2001, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p387
Academic Journal
Deals with economic policy initiatives of the administration of United States President Bill Clinton. Failed bid to reform the nation's health-care system; Clinton's claim of being a New Democrat; Advocacy of positions more conservative than those adopted by previous Democratic presidents; Macroeconomic policy; Fiscal policy; Monetary policy.


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