Can He Win It All?

Klein, Art
April 1976
National Review;4/2/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p325
The article comments on the media coverage of the political campaigns of several U.S. presidential candidates in 1976. It describes the manners in which the characteristics of the presidential candidates are depicted in news articles. It provides an overview of the political and social views of the candidates. It also deals with the similarities of the Democratic presidential candidates. It enumerates the positions of the presidential candidates on political leadership, detente, high unemployment and inflation.


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