Campaign Portrait, Jack Kemp:The Quarterback Of Supply Side

The Quarterback Of Supply Side Jack Kemp is propelled by ideas

Promising to expand the Reagan revolution, New York Congressman Jack Kemp plunges enthusiastically into the presidential race. This is the fourth in a series of profiles of the major 1988 contenders.

The candidate strode genially from table to table, hands outstretched, making fingertip contact with smiling ladies at a luncheon in Manchester, N.H. An elderly woman grabbed him by the sleeve and yanked him to her side. "There are too many foreigners buying up our land," she complained. He bent down next to her chair. "Aw, come on," he chided, "don't look at it as a zero- sum game. We want...

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