Lizza, Ryan
October 2004
New Republic;10/4/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 14, p10
Offers a discussion about whether Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry might gain in the public opinion polls in October 2004 before the United States election in November. Reference to a speech Kerry made at New York University about the Iraq War; Portrayal of President George W. Bush as a capable commander-in-chief who is focused on foreign policy and national security; Report that Kerry has differentiated the war in Iraq from the War on Terrorism; Possibility that Kerry's speech is the beginning of a new stage in his political campaign.


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