For Richer and Poorer

Judis, John B.
December 2000
New Republic;12/04/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 23, p18
Comments on the campaign of George McGovern in the 2000 United States presidential elections. Criticism of approach to his own presidential bid; Disadvantage of strategy to focus solely on minority groups and educated idealists; Assistance of the campaigns of Democrats.


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