Cooper, Matthew
September 1996
New Republic;9/02/96, Vol. 215 Issue 10, p11
Focuses on the contribution of U.S. Vice-Presidential candidate Jack Kemp to the possible success of the Republican Party in the 1996 election. Emphasis of the Republican platform on tax reduction programs; Threats posed by the political party to the candidacy of President Bill Clinton; Preparations taken by the Democratic Party for the upcoming presidential debates; Changes in the line-up of the Democratic nominees.


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