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The Art of Being Bradley

This is a good day to be Bill Bradley. It's a warm September afternoon, the day Bradley presides over his campaign kickoff in his boyhood hometown of Crystal...

Bill Bradley: The Loneliest Face in the Crowd

Few moments are more emblematic of the quixotic campaign of Bill Bradley than his ride aboard a commuter ferry across Puget Sound on the final day of a poignant...

A Sense Of Where You're Not

For one sunny day last week, aides to Bill Bradley could still persuade themselves that their man had a good chance to win the nomination from Al Gore. After a...

How to Tell Them Apart

There's a moment worth waiting for during every Democratic presidential debate these days--the moment when Bill Bradley's feelings for Al Gore bob into view like...

The Problem With Bradley's Big Idea

For some time Bill Bradley had been promising something big. While other campaigns parceled out policy papers, he vowed that his ideas would be truly profound...

Gore in Your Face

If Bill Bradley ever really believed that running for President in 1999 could be a virtuous, high-minded mission--a journey to "a world of new possibilities,...

The Branding of Bill Bradley

Bill Bradley is the uncola, the all-natural candidate so pure he would entertain no candidacy before its time. He still drives a battered '84 Oldsmobile, and a...

How Al Came Back To Life

It must have been hell for Bill Bradley. Al Gore was agreeing with him again. Every time Bradley opened his mouth at the Democratic debate in Los Angeles last...

Bradley's Soft Sell

Several times daily, as Bill Bradley's wandering gaze carries him out of whatever room he happens to be in on the campaign trail, dark shadows cover his face,...

Campaign 2000: Bradley's Twilight Cruise

"Ern-esssss-teeeeeen!" Bill Bradley has lost his wife. He calls her name while charging toward the church across the street from his childhood home in Crystal...

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