Now, here's the plan

Germond, Jack W.; Witcover, Jules
March 1999
National Journal;3/20/99, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p785
Focuses on the implications of United States Representative Richard A. Gephardt's endorsement of Vice President Al Gore for the 2000 Democratic presidential nomination. Avoidance of a divisive primary battle; Description of the Democrats' preferred selection process for their standard-bearer for 2000; Comparison of Al Gore and Republican candidate, Texas Governor George W. Bush.


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