Judis, John B.
May 1996
New Republic;5/20/96, Vol. 214 Issue 21, p22
Examines the impact of the Reform Party founded by billionaire Ross Perot on the practice of politics in the U.S. Historical background of the party; Model used to establish the party; Overview of the platform; Percentage of the November 1996 presidential election vote that Perot should get for the Reform Party to enjoy ballot status; Strengths and weaknesses of Perot.


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