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Democrats’ midterm chances better than ’94, Bill Clinton says

NEW DEAL - World Bank president Robert Zoellick and recording artist Shakira Mebarak signed agreements in Washington yesterday to launch early-childhood development programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. NEW DEAL - World Bank president Robert Zoellick and recording artist Shakira Mebarak signed agreements in Washington yesterday to launch early-childhood development programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. (Jewel Samad/ AFP/ Getty Images)
February 23, 2010

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WASHINGTON - Bill Clinton said yesterday that he does not expect Democratic prospects this year “to be as bad as ‘94,’’ when his failed drive to overhaul the nation’s health care system helped Republicans win control of Congress. (Full article: 843 words)

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