He's a Dole man

September 1996
Jet;9/23/96, Vol. 90 Issue 19, p25
Presents a picture of Bob Dole, 1996 Republican presidential candidate, singing `I'm a Dole Man' during a campaign trip to Saint Louis, Missouri.


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