Talbott, Basil
November 1978
New Republic;11/4/78, Vol. 179 Issue 19, p18
Analyzes the re-election prospects of Illinois Governor James R. Thompson, his possible presidential bid and the unexpected poll lead of senatorial candidate Alex R. Seith over United States Senator Charles H. Percy. Thompson's poll lead over state controller Michael J. Bakalis; Thompson's inclusion of his months-old child in his campaigns; Thompson's relation with other Republicans; Information on Seith's campaign funds and strategies.


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