Rolling With Jerry

Osborne, John
October 1976
New Republic;10/9/76, Vol. 175 Issue 15, p12
Focuses on the presidential campaign of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford, through southern Louisiana and Mississippi into southern Alabama. Reason given to the Southerners along the way to vote for him on November 2; Details of the sources of campaign funds; Discussion on his level of performance in the campaign; Details on the platforms of Gerald R. Ford; Claim that the word, coming strongest from Louisiana and Mississippi, was that Carter was slipping and that the President had a chance to take parts of the South if he would grasp it.


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