Crowley, Michael
January 2004
New Republic;1/19/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 1, p11
Awards U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark a "B" grade for general likeability, on display during his new True Grits campaign through the South. Claim that Clark has been effective in speaking about Southern values like patriotism, family and faith; Assertion that Clark has been able to counter President George W. Bush on questions of Christian compassion; Argument that the Democrats still have to work on appealing to Southern voters on cultural matters.


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