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What about the next 100 months?
Aired 4/7/1995

The first hundred days of the new Republican Congress are over. Most of the “Contract with America” has been passed by the House and awaits scrutiny by the Senate and the president. Is this the beginning of the end, or just the end of the beginning?
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  Thomas Mann
    director of Government Studies at the Brookings Institution, co-author of Renewing Congress
  James Pinkerton
    author of What Comes First? The End of Big Government and the New Paradigm Ahead
  Jeff Eisenach
    president of the Progress and Freedom foundation
  William Schneider
    CNN political analyst, professor of political science at Boston College, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute

Originally Aired: 4/7/1995

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