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With His Wit About Him

Bob Dole likes nothing better than salting his conversation with wry barbs, often aimed at Bob Dole. He even pokes fun at his presidential ambitions, which are...

10 Questions for Bob Dole

Retired Senate majority leader Robert Dole ran for vice president in 1976 and for President in 1980, 1988 and 1996. He came up short each time but collected a...

CAMPAIGN '96: THE HARD WAY

It was time to go and he knew it. Not just because he was faltering in the polls (although that played no small part), not only because he was getting trampled...

WILL THE REAL BOB DOLE PLEASE STAND UP?

FOR MONTHS, COLIN POWELL was Bob Dole's obsession. Having lost the Republican presidential nomination twice, this time Dole believes the prize is rightfully his...

HOW HE GOT THERE

Early in the morning of Nov. 5, 1995, exactly a year before Election Day, Bob Dole was jetting from South Dakota to accompany the man whose job he sought. As...

And Now It's Her Turn

Let's suppose that you were test-marketing an antidote for a nation that had just impeached the most ambitious, adulterous, undisciplined and profane President...

CONVENTION '96: PUNCHING UP THE TICKET

For a moment last week, two traits of Bob Dole the lawmaker came to the rescue of Bob Dole the candidate--the ability to swallow your pride and to make peace...

THE SOUL OF DOLE

Bob Dole says he trusts in the hard way, and well he might, hailing from the garden of pressed sand called western Kansas, where the weather's hard, the water's...

THE CORPORATE DOLE

Bob Dole promises to eliminate "corporate welfare," but like many of his former Senate colleagues, he often advanced the causes of private interests. These...

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