Drew, Elizabeth
April 1988
New Yorker;4/4/88, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p75
Comments on the campaign for the U.S. presidential elections in 1988. Michael Dukakis' psychological war of 'inevitability'; Campaigns of prospective Democratic and Republican nominees; Effect of political developments on the campaign.


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