Up for Grabs

Osborne, John
October 1976
New Republic;10/30/76, Vol. 175 Issue 18, p9
Highlights the political campaign of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford for the next term. Factors that may contribute to the victory of Ford; Information about the political career of Ford; Television encounter of Ford with presidential candidate Jimmy Carter; Statement that person associated with Ford's campaign tried to peddle rumors about Carter's personal life; Reference to former White House lawyer John Dean and his book about Richard Nixon.


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