- Kemp's policy shifts could backfire. Germond, Jack W.; Witcover, Jules // National Journal;8/17/96, Vol. 28 Issue 33, p1749
Comments on Republican vice presidential nominee Jack Kemp's decision to take a dive on the issues of immigration and affirmative action to put himself in line with the views of Republican presidential nominee Bob Dole and the party platform. Possibility of the plan backfiring on the team; Most...
- Houston heats up. Zeman, Ned; Howard, Lucy // Newsweek;8/3/1992, Vol. 120 Issue 5, p4
Reports that until recently, Housing and Urban Secretary Jack Kemp had not even been asked to speak at the upcoming 1992 Republican national convention. Prominent role given to Senator Phil Gramm; Speculation about the reasons for the lack of recognition given to Kemp.
- `We had a great history, and we turned aside.' Smoler, Fredric // American Heritage;Oct93, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p53
Interviews Jack Kemp, former Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. His interest in remaking the Republican Party into the party of Lincoln; Abraham Lincoln's economics; The Emancipation Proclamation and the Homesteading Act of 1862; The issue of free trade; Issues on...
- Alexander Cockburn's America. // New Statesman;8/23/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4298, p19
Focuses on 1996 Republican vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp. Kemp as a relentless windbag in American politics; Theory that Kemp is a man of ideas; Least appetizing portion of Kemp's political career.
- Speaking out. Stanglin, Douglas; Makovsky, David // U.S. News & World Report;7/15/96, Vol. 121 Issue 3, p22
Relates that campaigners against affirmative action in the United States are split on how to focus national attention on the controversial issue. Efforts of some Republican strategists to schedule good speaking slots at the national convention for opponents of the programs; Prospective speakers...
- The white male strategy. Means, Marianne // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/6/95, Vol. 15 Issue 50, p12B
Opinion. Comments on the effort of Republicans to get rid of affirmative actions. Republican belief that unspoken social prejudice against allowing racial minorities and women equal opportunities in the marketplace no longer exists; Republican presidential hopefuls' criticism of affirmative...
- Republicans are abdicating responsibility by standing idly while quotas and preferences polarize... Sowell, Thomas // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;07/29/96, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p11
Comments on the failure of the Republican Party in the United States to make a stand on group preferences and quotas in federal employment. Republicans' legislation which would bar group preferences in the awarding of government contracts; Republicans' loss of public support in the budget battles.
- Readers applaud Kemp, expect GOP to lose. Price, Margaret; Limbacher, Patricia B. // Pensions & Investments;8/19/96, Vol. 24 Issue 17, p1
Reports on `Pensions & Investments' fax poll which shows that institutional investors approve of Jack Kemp as the Republican vice presidential candidate but doubt the Republican ticket can win the election. Criticisms on Kemp's attitude toward retirement savings; Kemp's perceived charisma and...
- The US. Hanson, Cynthia; Zipp, Yvonne // Christian Science Monitor;8/12/96, Vol. 88 Issue 180, p2
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