More Than a Crusade

This time Jackson is making new friends while keeping the old

Four years ago, a Jesse Jackson campaign stop would have been incomplete without a stretch Cadillac, driven by a local funeral director or minister, filled with local VIPs riding from one event to the next. This year the Jackson campaign has an entourage of staff and Secret Service, plus a fleet of official vehicles to handle such chores. The local limousines are dinosaurs in the 1988 campaign, a nuisance the Secret Service would like to banish. But Jackson holds on to them, although they often ride empty except for one proud driver whose fingers no one in the Jackson campaign wants...

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