High expectations of Mario Cuomo

February 1986
Newsweek;2/3/1986, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p22
Asserts that rarely has a non-candidate, who has never run for national office, generated the kind of expectations as has Mario Matthew Cuomo, governor of New York. Just when the Democratic Part is despairing of its New Deal, liberal tradition, it may be that Cuomo, an Italian-American, East Coast, Roman Catholic, is the candidate who can take the Democratic Party into the future. See also (US News, 2/3/86, p7, 1/5p)


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