Washington Week

Vault: November 17, 1995

04/06/2011 | 13m 4s

Four days into the government shutdown of 1995, the focus was on how to resolve the stalemate and where the political blame would be laid, on President Bill Clinton or new House GOP Leader Newt Gingrich. The arguments sound familiar: the deficit and balancing the budget.

Aired: 04/06/11

Rating: NR

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