Alan L. Keyes

Guess Jr., John F.
July 1995
National Minority Politics;Jul95, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p12
Presents an interview with Alan Keyes, presidential candidate for the 1996 election. View on how morality fits into the real politics of Washington; Strategy to get name identification and recognition; Plan on how to build support when voters tend to vote for someone they believe has a reasonable chance of winning.


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