Hugs for Mrs. Dole

September 1996
Jet;9/9/96, Vol. 90 Issue 17, p6
Presents a picture of Mrs. Elizabeth Dole, wife of Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole, getting hugs from students at the Thompson Child Development Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Part of her husband's presidential campaign; Highlights of her speech.


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