Evans & Novak

Evans, Rowland; Novak, Robert
July 1995
Human Events;7/21/95, Vol. 51 Issue 28, p18
Focuses on the United States Republican Party's possible choices for its presidential candidate for the elections of 1996. Bob Dole; Phil Gramm; Pat Buchanan; Lamar Alexander; Newt Gingrich; Candidate profiles; Candidates' chances in 1996.


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