The Man Who Would Be Reagan

Rauch, Jonathan
October 1999
National Journal;10/30/99, Vol. 31 Issue 44, p3119
Focuses on Gary Bauer, a contender for the conservative nomination for president of the United States (US). His campaign funds; Career background of Bauer; Relation with former US President Ronald Reagan; Campaign platforms.


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