This book seeks to make sense of Clinton's upset victory over Bush. First, it analyzes the political and economic forces that contributed to Clinton's success and comments on the unique aspects of the 1992 campaign. Second the book attempts to forecast what type of president Clinton will be based on his role models for the job-Roosevelt, Kennedy and Carter-and his personal characteristics defined by his experience as Governor of Arkansas. It then offers a view of how Washington D.C. will change in terms of business transactions, who the major players will be, and how the relations between the three branches of government will change. The authors outline Clinton's basic vision that will influence his administration's policies, focusing on the actual policy changes that are anticipated.