Standing Pat?

March 1996
National Review;3/11/1996, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p14
The article calls for the U.S. Republican Party to emphasize its commitment to significant political and social issues in 1996. It criticizes the reluctance of Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole to adopt the positions taken by presidential contender Pat Buchanan such as immigration and racial quotas. It also criticizes the weaknesses of the positions of Buchanan on protectionism and taxation. It emphasizes the importance of the votes attracted by Buchanan during the primaries to the Republican Party.


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