Rudy does end run around the right's leaders

Bolton, Alexander
October 2007
Hill;10/3/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 115, p1
The article reports that former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani, a Republican presidential candidate, has avoided a meeting with national leaders in the U.S. Guiliani did not respond to the invitations of the Family Research Council representing the evangelical Christians, and Arlington Group, a coalition of influential conservatives. His campaign official states that Guiliani does not need the support of leading social conservatives, rather he meets with rank-and-file activists.


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