Lizza, Ryan
November 2004
New Republic;11/1/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 18, p12
Focuses on the strategies used by the re-election campaign of George W. Bush as the election nears; Use of third-party groups to run negative ads by Bush and his father, George H.W. Bush; Political ad funded by Progress for the American Voter which is sympathetic to Bush; Description of other ads run by this group; Description of the Bush strategy in the final week of the election; Opinion polls which suggest that Bush supporters believe he will win the election.


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