A Gentle G.O.P. Face

If the administration's hard line on Iraq is turning off some voters, Republican Party leaders are hoping to restore a more moderate face when it counts the most--at the party's national convention in New York City at the end of August. A Bush campaign official tells TIME the roster of prime-time speakers will include California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The former Terminator does not share President Bush's opposition to abortion and gay marriage, and during the movie star's gubernatorial run, some advisers counseled the President to keep his distance, to avoid offending his conservative base. But Republican officials now hope the Governor's...

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