Is This Any Way to Run a Campaign?

Bush advisers are beginning to wonder whether campaign manager ROBERT TEETER is the right man to lead the re-election charge. Teeter's peers at Bush Central say that while the pollster is unmatched at analyzing the public's mood, he has been unable to articulate a clear strategy to his team. New Hampshire was bad enough. But in South Dakota last week, Bush took only 69% of the vote, running against Runcommitted.S Senior advisers to the campaign are distressed over the President's ineffectual commercials and floundering field operation. Says one: Teeter likes to say he's in charge of the campaign. Now everyone is...

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