From Death Row To The Presidency: What Kim Dae Jung Might Do

Kim Dae Jung once sweated it out on Seoul's death row, convicted of sedition. It was only pressure from President Ronald Reagan's White House that saved him from execution in 1981. But now, the 71-year-old South Korean opposition leader, a veteran of three previous campaigns, may finally be moving into Seoul's presidential Blue House after elections on Dec. 18.

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