Lewis, Michael
September 1996
New Republic;9/02/96, Vol. 215 Issue 10, p14
Presents a campaign journal of a U.S. Republican Party supporter in 1996. Description of the home of presidential candidate Bob Dole in Russell, Kansas; Implications of the political career of Dole for the economy of the town; Preparations taken by the residents in the neighborhood for the political campaign of the party in the state; Details of the political convention.


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