Lewis, Michael
September 1996
New Republic;9/09/96, Vol. 215 Issue 11, p32
Focuses on the convention of the Taxpayers Party in California on August 17, 1996. Significance of Pat Buchanan's candidacy to the party; Information on the supporters of presidential aspirant Charles E. Collins; Reasons for the resignation of K. B. Forbes, communications director of the Taxpayers Party.


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