Stumping grounds

Strauss, Bob
January 1996
Entertainment Weekly;1/26/96, Issue 311, p63
Features presidential candidates in the United States who are using sites in the World Wide Web information retrieval system for their campaigns. Includes President Bill Clinton; Senator Bob Dole; Representative Phil Gramm; Pat Buchanan.


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