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June 1976
New Republic;6/5/76, Vol. 174 Issue 23, p2
Criticizes the political campaign strategy of several politicians in the U.S. Details of the campaign strategy of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford in a train; Use of the speech made by former President Harry S. Truman in his presidential campaign; Compliment on the campaign strategy of Ford; Discussion on the issues raised by various candidates in their campaign.


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