Free Fall

Lizza, Ryan
September 2003
New Republic;9/8/2003-9/15/2003, Vol. 229 Issue 10/11, p10
Focuses on the campaign of United States presidential candidate, John Kerry. Views of his campaign manager, Jim Jordan; Status of Kerry in facing a challenge from Howard Dean, in terms of fund-raising, public support at campaign events, and polls; States that Dean is avoiding; Idea that the Kerry campaign will be forced to focus on his message to voters, while the Dean campaign will focus on electioneering process; Role of Kerry's Vietnam service in the campaign; Opinion that Kerry has to win back the Democrats who are supporting Dean.


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