Presidential follies those who would be President and those who should think againMaterial type: BookPublisher: Boerne Boru 1995Description: xvi,249p. ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781887161077 .Subject(s): Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1996 | Presidential candidates -- United States | United States -- Politics and government -- 1993-2001DDC classification: 324.5
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Pt. I. Those Who Think They Should Be President, and Those Who Should Think Again. Lamar Alexander: Two First Names, One Great President? Pat Buchanan: Right from the Start? Mario M. Cuomo: The Future Lies Ahead. Bob Dole: Born Again. Bob Dornan: This One's for Him. Steve Forbes: Funny He Doesn't Look Like Jack Kemp. Albert Gore, Jr.: A Tale of Two Als. Phil Gramm: Momma's and Daddy's Boy, and Proud of It. Kay Bailey Hutchison: Iron Lady, American Style? Jesse Jackson: The Left's Great Black Hope. Alan Keyes: A Prophet in the Political Desert. Richard Lugar: Clinton Wanted Him, But Do You? H. Ross Perot: The Bucks Begin Here. Colin Powell: Horatio Alger II or Chief of Chaff? Arlen Specter: Lonesome Dove. Pete Wilson: One Man Bland or Earth Quaker? -- Pt. II. Dark Horses (or Lightweights?). George Allen: Why's This Man Smiling and Smiling and Smiling? John Engler: Able and Available. Tommy G. Thompson: Before Welfare Was Cool -- Pt. III. Agenda Setters (the Big Two).
Newt Gingrich: The Hair Apparent. Bill Clinton: The First Latchkey President -- Pt. IV. Special Interest Groups: The Meat in the Electoral Sausage?