Doles: Unlimited Partners

Doles: Unlimited Partners

by Robert J. Dole

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Campaigning for the 1988 presidential election, the Doles here express their experience and platform. Alternately by chapter, both proclaim their centrist views and traditional, small-town American roots. Bob stresses that his war handicap and rural Kansas upbringing made him realize that unfortunate things happen to good people and government must help. But he strongly identifies with Reganomics. Ex-cabinet and White House official Elizabeth describes herself as a very capable woman, i.e., well equipped to be First Lady. Despite the campaign autobiography aspects, the Doles tell an interesting story. This and Bob's prominent status for the Republican nomination recommend the book for most libraries.Mark K. Jones, Cincinnati, Ohio

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Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
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