John Kerry's Bright Shining Lie

Buchanan, Patrick J.
March 2004
Human Events;3/1/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p1
Reports on the characterization of the U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Senator John Kerry as a consequence to his testimony that he delivered before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in April 1971. Overview of the contents of the senator's testimony; Details of the defenses for former president Richard M. Nixon; Criticisms from Kerry on the Vietnam War.


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