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January 29, 1996 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
No one can accuse Steve Forbes of slighting the big picture. Within the first five minutes of his speech to a crowded room of supporters here one night last week, the magazine magnate-turned-presidential candidate managed to talk about the new millennium, the "post-Cold War world" and a "new era that will alter the way we live and . . . work." These sort of phrases don't trip off Bob Dole's tongue. Dole has a low tolerance for high concept.
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January 29, 1996 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
No one can accuse Steve Forbes of slighting the big picture. Within the first five minutes of his speech to a crowded room of supporters here one night last week, the magazine magnate-turned-presidential candidate managed to talk about the new millennium, the "post-Cold War world" and a "new era that will alter the way we live and . . . work." These sort of phrases don't trip off Bob Dole's tongue. Dole has a low tolerance for high concept.
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