Mara Liasson Reports On President Clinton's Efforts To Convince

Congress to approve more money for international affairs. He's requesting a seven percent increase, the largest since he's been in office. The money goes to such items as U.S. embassies, U.N. dues, promoting U.S. exports, and foreign aid.

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