Lewis, Michael
April 1996
New Republic;4/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 14, p14
Details the political campaigns of U.S. Republican presidential candidates Pat Buchanan, Morry Taylor and Bob Dole for the 1996 election. Criticism of Dole on the plan of Buchanan plan to take over the party event in San Diego, California; Mass media coverage of Taylor's supposed insult of a girl who stuttered; Expectation of the supporters of Dole on the plan of Taylor to endorse Dole; Type of crowd that attended the political rallies of Buchanan.


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