TITLE

Teddy: Running or Not?

PUB. DATE
April 1975
SOURCE
Time;4/7/1975, Vol. 105 Issue 14, p59
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the firm decision of Senator Edward Moore Kennedy not to run for presidency in the 1976 election in the U.S. It says that Kennedy has announced in September 1974 that he will not accept the nomination to run as president, however speculations that he will run are stronger as a result of failure of other candidates of the Democrat Party to gain public support. It states that a "Time" poll revealed that 34% of the respondents were enthusiastic on the ability of Kennedy and was followed by George Wallace with 13%. However, it mentions that Kennedy has assured other presidential candidates that he will not run such as Scoop Jackson and Jimmy Carter and comments that Wallace is an unacceptable candidate for him.
ACCESSION #
53514740

 

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