`I believed I was dying.'

Fineman, H.
February 1992
Newsweek;2/24/1992, Vol. 119 Issue 8, p28
Presents an interview with democratic presidential candidate Paul Tsongas in which he talks candidly about his health, childhood, and political heroes. Tsongas's version of a `no bull' campaign; His political development; The importance of honesty, candor, and meaning what you say.


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