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Cottle, Michelle
March 2000
New Republic;03/13/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 11, p30
Focuses on the campaign efforts of former United States Senator Bill Bradley in the face of his decreased popularity with voters. Comments from Bradley's New York deputy national campaign director Jacques DeGraff and his staff; Analysis of Bradley's political style and appeal that is considered unemotional compared to US Senator John McCain; Responses to US Vice President Al Gore's attacks on Bradley from DeGraff and other supporters; Comments on the presidential primaries, 2000 and other candidates.


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