Can Bradley Catch Up?

He lags far behind the fast-starting Gore but hopes that his underdog strategy will even the race

This week Bill Bradley makes his first trip to New Hampshire as an announced candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination. "But I'm not going to do a big event," says the former Senator. No barnstorming rallies or blowout fund raisers for him. Nothing that would feel like a...campaign. Instead, Bradley's schedule is dotted by quiet coffees with supporters and the occasional radio call-in show. A great deal of his time will be spent with students. And of course the former Knick will get in some basketball, again with children.

While this is all charming and laid back, it may also be...

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