Magazine mogul emerges as a GOP contender

Shillinger, Kurt
January 1996
Christian Science Monitor;1/2/96, Vol. 88 Issue 25, p1
Discusses the political prospects of magazine publisher Steve Forbes Jr., a contender in the 1996 GOP presidential elections, as on January 2, 1996. Forbes opinions on elimination of income tax, reduction of interest rates and other issues; Use of personal wealth for campaign; Public opinion about Forbes; Campaign strategy and negative impact of radio and television advertisements.


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