TITLE

Variations

AUTHOR(S)
Trillin, Calvin
PUB. DATE
December 1979
SOURCE
Nation;12/1/1979, Vol. 229 Issue 18, p551
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Examines the suitability of different questions raised to U.S. presidential candidates Edward M. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan during their election campaigns as of December 1, 1979. Inappropriateness of questions raised by journalist Rafferty O'Leary; Revelation of Kennedy's adeptness in dealing with surprise questions; Comments made by Kennedy on his staff.
ACCESSION #
11242230

 

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