Escape Hatch

Chait, Jonathan
February 2000
New Republic;02/07/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 6, p14
Focuses on the presidential campaign of Utah Senator Orrin Hatch. Comments on the candidacy of Hatch; Reasons for the failure of his campaigns; Statement that Hatch's coalition of Mormons, chiropractors, and conspiracy theorists never lifted him above one percent in the polls; Attacks of Hatch on other presidential candidates Al Gore and Bill Bradley; Results of the elections of Iowa caucus; Statement that Hatch finished last in the caucus; Views of Hatch on presidential candidate George W. Bush; Hopes of Hatch to be nominated as Bush's vice president.


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