Lone Star Joining

Soskis, Benjamin
September 2000
New Republic;09/18/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 12, p23
Focuses on the political campaign of presidential candidate George W. Bush in Texas for the 2000 election. Difference between Bush and Democratic candidate Al Gore; Reputation of Texas in the economic ground; Impact of Texas in the election.


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