Deficit, Slump, Soviet Decline Help Push Democrats to Weigh Budget Pact Changes

WASHINGTON - House Democrats began debating in private caucuses yesterday whether to press for a new budget blueprint that would respond to changing world priorities and cut the escalating U.S. deficit by $1 trillion by the year 2000.

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