Will the Christie Juggernaut Roll over Ted Cruz and Rand Paul?

December 2013
Progressive Populist;12/1/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p18
The article assesses New Jersey governor Chris Christie's prospect of becoming the Republican Party's presidential candidate in 2016 with his reelection as governor and his national profile rising.


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