The Brown Path

Bode, Ken
August 1979
New Republic;8/18/79, Vol. 181 Issue 7, p12
Argues that Thomas Quinn, head of the Brown Exploratory Committee, should strive to get Jerry Brown the Democratic Party's 1980 presidential nomination. Need for Quinn to improve the timing of his political maneuvers; Author's observation that the image of Brown among the national political establishment will take its toll, at least in the beginning; Tendency of the political parties to see Brown as erratic and unprincipled, a politician who has shown serious lapses in judgment; Need for Brown to win some primaries.


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