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April 1995
National Minority Politics;Apr95, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p31
Reports on US presidential candidate Alan Keyes' anti-abortion campaign platform. Warm welcome received by Keyes during a gathering of the Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire in February 1995; Aim of putting moral issues and abortion at the forefront of the campaign; Potential impact of Keyes' anti-abortion stand on his chances as a presidential hopeful.


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