Lewis, Michael
March 1996
New Republic;3/25/96, Vol. 214 Issue 13, p23
Presents an updates on the campaigns of Pat Buchanan for the Republican Party's 1996 presidential nomination in Atlanta, Georgia as of February 28, 1996. Factor that may have contributed to Pat Buchanan's campaign failure in Arizona; Arguments raised by Republican candidate Alan Keyes regarding his exclusion from the Business and Industry Trade Association debate; Implications of Keyes' exclusion for Buchanan's political standing.


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