Drew, Elizabeth
June 1980
New Yorker;6/23/1980, Vol. 56 Issue 18, p50
The article reports on the struggle involving Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, John Anderson and Edward Kennedy at the Democratic Presidential nomination. It talks about the campaigns made by the candidates including press conferences and television, radio, and newspaper interviews. The places where they campaigned are emphasized.


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