Dilemma of the Dark Horses

Karnow, Stanley
June 1974
New Republic;6/15/74, Vol. 170 Issue 24, p13
Analyzes the prospects of Senator Walter Frederick Mondale to win the 1976 Democratic presidential nomination in the U.S. Argument pertaining to the political campaign of Mondale; Attempts of Mondale to raise funds for his political campaign; Rating of Mondale on the public polls; Popularity of Mondale in the U.S.; Assessment of Mondale's personality; Effect of less broadcasting and journalism campaigns on the election failure of Mondale.


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