WASHINGTON -- By reviving the possibility of a middle class tax cut, President Clinton is looking at a gambit to win back mainstream voters. He is also running the risk of destabilizing the bond market with higher interest rates.

White House spokeswoman Dee Dee Myers, responding to a report in the Wall Street Journal, confirmed last week that Clinton would like to propose a middle class tax cut "when the time is right."

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