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Scot Lehigh

Slow going on campus campaign front

By Scot Lehigh
April 14, 2004

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BACK WHEN I was in college a quarter of a century ago, if a major party's presumptive presidential nominee had spoken on our campus, it would have been a very big deal. Indeed, when surrogates came to debate the cases for Ted Kennedy and Jimmy Carter before the 1980 Maine caucuses, students flocked to see them. And when ... (Full Article: 741 Words)

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