Doing What He Thinks in Right: Can Udall Count?

Wieck, Paul R.
August 1975
New Republic;8/30/75, Vol. 173 Issue 9, p17
Focuses on Representative Morris Udall from Arizona as a potential candidate for the 1976 U.S. presidential elections. Observation that he is an accomplished politician in his home state; Translation of Udall's approach in Arizona into a "centrist" style on the national scene; Udall as the product of a blend of cultural influences, primarily in the Mormon society that flourished in the West; Political career background; Rising confidence of Udall which is based on his conviction that three eras are coming to a end; Udall's view that the "imperial" presidency and the cynicism it engendered must end.


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