April 1996
New Republic;4/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 14, p7
Ponders on the inclusion of U.S. Republican candidate Bob Dole's age as a legitimate issue in the 1996 presidential campaign. Claim that voters should vote for Dole for his mature and decisive leadership; Strategy used by the advisers of Dole in order to hide his lethargic campaign performance; Impact of the issue on his inability to hold office on political succession and leadership; Health risks associated with age.


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