Nor'easter In New Hampshire
It was five days before the New Hampshire primary, and William B. Lacy, deputy chairman of Bob Dole's Presidential campaign, was upbeat. After a solid, albeit unspectacular, Dole performance in the state's candidate debate, Lacy saw delegates--lots of delegates--in the senator's future. "If we win here," he said, "Dole becomes a charging rhino."
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