Return Trip

Crowley, Michael
February 2002
New Republic;2/11/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 5, p21
Focuses on the return of U.S. Congressman Dick Gephardt. Possibility that he may campaign for the presidency in 2004; Report that he delivered a Major Policy Address, which is designed to attract the attention of party chieftains; Information on an economic growth summit; Comment that as a presidential candidate, Gephardt has plenty of natural advantages-support from labor unions; Friction between Gephardt and Senator Tom Daschle, who may also run for the presidency in 2004; Impact of Gephardt's political strategies on his presidential run.


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