April 1979
National Review;4/27/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 17, p520
The article offers information on the announcement of the candidacy of George Bush. He has acquired the services of Jim Baker, David Keene, Peter Teeley, and Robert Mosbocher to aid him in his political campaign. He has been an ambassador to the UN, chairman of the Republican National Committee, and director of the Central Intelligence Agency.


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