Improbable Cause

Chait, Jonathan
February 2000
New Republic;02/28/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 9, p22
Presents an update on the campaign strategy of the camp of U.S. Senator John McCain in Michigan for the Republican primaries as of February 2000. Description of the campaign headquarters of McCain in Michigan; Opinion of the supporters of Texas Governor George W. Bush regarding Joel Hondorp, McCain's Michigan campaign coordinator; Campaign strategy of the Bush camp.


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