NEW YORK -- In an attack on Republicans over the savings and loan crisis, New York Gov. Mario M. Cuomo denounced "wealthy bankers" who had "stolen or squandered everything in sight."

The remarks, made in his nominating speech Wednesday night for Gov. Bill Clinton of Arkansas, indicate that the banking and thrift industries' problems could become an issue in the 1992 elections.

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