BUSH AND DUKAKIS AS MANAGERS One is an aggressive salesman and effective organizer, but is perhaps obsessed. The other inspires trust and builds team spirit, but has avoided some tough calls

Dowd, Ann Reilly; Schaeffer, Susan
September 1988
Fortune;9/12/1988, Vol. 118 Issue 6, p111
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