Notes and Comments

October 1988
New Yorker;10/17/88, Vol. 64 Issue 35, p29
Focuses on the television broadcasting of exclusive stories of presidential candidates in the U.S. Good deeds done by George Bush or Michael Dukakis; Roles of presidential candidate advisers such as James Baker, John Sasso and Roger Ailes; Description of strategic campaigns and speeches; Consideration of Dukakis' membership to the American Civil Liberties Union.


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