We hope to hear more about the Steve Forbes for President campaign

October 1995
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;10/2/95, Vol. 25 Issue 14, p22
Opinion. Comments on Malcolm Forbes Jr.'s plan to run for president of the United States. Flat tax rate platform of Forbes; View that Forbes should state his position on other issues of public interest.


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