Democratic Comeback

Mackenzie, Ross
December 1981
National Review;12/11/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 24, p1480
The article reflects on the Virginia gubernatorial election wherein Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charles Robb won over Republican contender Marshall Coleman in 1981. It examines the factors which contributed to the defeat of Coleman. It predicts that the conservative votes gained by Robb will be short-lived.


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