Lewis, Michael
March 1996
New Republic;3/11/96, Vol. 214 Issue 11, p21
Presents an article about the political campaigns of the candidates for the Republican primary in New Hampshire in February 1996. Comparison of the campaigns of Pat Buchanan and Senator Bob Dole in the region; Criticisms on the speech delivered by Dole at the Town Hall in Milford; Advantages of Buchanan over Dole.


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