Handicapping the 2000 races

Bowen, Charles
May 2000
Editor & Publisher;05/01/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 18, p30
Trade Publication
Introduces The Almanac of American Politics 2000, an online reference material for political races in the United States. Information offered by the online almanac for journalists; Overview of several links in the almanac; Considerations in using almanac for writing and editing.


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