The Senate Series: Michigan

Friedman, Saul
October 1976
New Republic;10/30/76, Vol. 175 Issue 18, p18
Analyzes political campaigns of various candidates for Senate from Michigan. Popularity lead of Democratic candidate Donald W. Riegle in comparison to his Republican rival Marvin Esch; Reference to the farewell gathering given by the Michigan congressional delegation for Senator Philip A. Hart to be replaced by Riegle or Esch; Benefits to Riegle due to his association with politician Jimmy Carter.


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