It Takes a Village

Foer, Franklin
August 2001
New Republic;8/6/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 6, p15
Examines the political strategy of the Democratic party to gain votes in the rural areas in the U.S. by launching the Rural Initiative. Profile on the leader of the initiative, Gerry Kavanaugh; Political platforms; Controversies involving several politicians relevant to the competition among Democrats and Republicans; Indications of political practice.


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