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Cottle, Michelle
March 2000
New Republic;03/20/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 12, p16
Focuses on campaigns of candidates in view of the forthcoming presidential elections in the U.S. Description of political and religious attitudes of residents of Vicksburg, Mississippi, as they prepare to vote in the primary; Attitude of Baptists towards presidential candidates John McCain and George W. Bush; Comment that most Southerners overlook Bush's politics because they identify him as a fellow Southerner.


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