Letter from Washington

Drew, Elizabeth
May 1988
New Yorker;5/23/88, Vol. 64 Issue 14, p72
Recalls the political campaign of U.S. President George Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis leading to the November 1988 general elections. Democratic and Republican party primaries held during the first quarter of the year; Names of the candidates who sought the Democratic presidential nomination; Electoral prospects for the Democratic presidential nominee.


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