Jacobson, Louis
July 2003
National Journal;7/5/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 27, p2194
Looks at the popularity rating of North Carolina Governor Mile Easley. Survival of Easley in a crash during a NASCAR fundraising race; Reason for the favorable job rating of Easley; Discussion strategy of Easley.


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