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Zengerle, Jason
April 2001
New Republic;04/09/2001-04/16/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 15/16, p26
Profiles United States Senator John Edwards, focusing on his Southern political style. Respect in which both Republicans and Democrats hold him; Thoughts on his understanding of the cultural side of Southern politics; Report on his background as a lawyer; Efforts to project an everyman image; Prospects for Edwards to be a Democratic presidential candidate in 2004; focus on his ideological centrism; Comparison to other Southern Democrats, including former President Bill Clinton and former Vice-President Al Gore.


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