After the raid for Elian
Less than four hours after federal agents seized Elian Gonzales, the Associated Press issued the photograph the Clinton Administration must have feared most: the terrified little face confronted by a uniformed officer with a pump-action shotgun. Three hours later, came photograph number two: that same little boy, smiling happily in the arms of an equally happy father. The contrast could hardly be greater, and neither could the different reactions-depending, of course, on political points of view. On this edition of Which Way, L.A.?, the political fallout of the raid. Also, an interview with embattled insurance commissioner Chuck Quackenbush, and the late results of the Janitor's vote to end their strike against downtown office buildings.