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Following Clinton's lead
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When Republicans handed Bill Clinton’s hat to him in the 1994 election, gaining control of Congress in a GOP landslide, the former Arkansas governor moved deftly to the middle of the political spectrum. It was a spectacular turnaround following his and his wife’s failed health care initiatives, and it not only saved his presidency, it made him a model for other elected officials who learned to listen to what voters said and adapt their own policies to the mood of the country. It remains to be seen whether the current Democratic party can or will follow suit, though initial reactions don’t point in that direction.

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