Saletan, William
August 2000
New Republic;08/21/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 8, p6
Comments on the strategies used by presidential candidate George W. Bush in his campaign in the U.S. Emphasis of the platform of Bush on certain purposes; Comparison of the character of Bush as that of former president Ronald Reagan who showed "how one man's will can set the nation on a new course; Focus of the campaign of Bush into three tests of leadership; Prioritization of Bush in upholding the laws of the country.


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