by Doug Sosnik, Matthew J. Dowd et al.
October 18, 2006 Political parties and campaigns are increasingly turning to corporate tactics to win over voters. In a new book, Applebee's America, former presidential political strategists say successful candidates must make a "gut values" connection with voters.
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