Press the Flesh

Crowley, Michael
September 2004
New Republic;9/13/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 11/12, p10
Offers a look at the possibility that Republican Senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska will run for the United States' presidency in 2008. Discussion of how a politician becomes a possible presidential candidate; Relationship Hagel is fostering with the press; Comments made by Leon Mosley, the co-chairman of the Iowa Republican Party.


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