Lewis, Michael
August 1996
New Republic;8/19/96, Vol. 215 Issue 8/9, p26
Provides a firsthand account of the campaign of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole from July 27 to 30, 1996. Interaction between Dole and his ghost writer Barbara Feinman; Campaign strategy to be implemented by Dole at the national party convention in San Diego, California; Efforts taken by Dole to see the motion picture "Independence Day," and his opinion about the movie.


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