Lewis, Michael
February 1996
New Republic;2/5/96, Vol. 214 Issue 6, p11
Presents a narrative of participating in the political campaign of U.S. presidential candidate Morry Taylor. Personal information on Taylor; Description of his political campaign; Strategic political advice given to Taylor; Highlights of campaign debate attended by Taylor; Lessons in life learned from the experience.


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