Lessons from the Ninth District race

Merante, Mark
September 2001
Bay Windows;9/13/2001, pN.PAG
Offers observations on the primaries in the Ninth Congressional District in Massachusetts in 2001. Reason behind the loss of state Senator Cheryl Jacques in the primaries; Lessons to be learned by the GLBT community and its political leadership from the loss.


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