Bob Dole's acceptance speech

October 1996
Washington Monthly;Oct96, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p20
Identifies misleading, inaccurate and unclear points in the acceptance speech delivered by presidential candidate Bob Dole at the 1996 Republican National Convention. Problems cited antedating President Bill Clinton's administration; Failure to acknowledge link between values and economics; Approach to taxation issues; Falseness of idea that slashing capital gains tax will stimulate massive growth.


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