Jack Kemp

Recapturing Jack

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Recapturing Jack

by D.R. TUCKER

Reminiscing about Kemp’s legacy being recaptured, describing how on April 6, 1987, a Congressman from Buffalo launched a bid to become President. His campaign was short-lived, but his legacy of inclusion, growth and opportunity still resonates today.

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“Empathy for the little guy” – A Q&A with Ed Rollins

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“Empathy for the little guy” – A Q&A with Ed Rollins

The manager of Jack Kemp’s run for the White House discusses the ’88 campaign, the promise of his candidacy, and why his bid for President ultimately came up short.

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“It’s the Courage to Continue that Counts”

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“It’s the Courage  to Continue that Counts”

by STEVE LARGENT

A Hall of Fame wide receiver and former Member of Congress looks at Kemp’s boldness and discusses how life on the gridiron prepares a person for life in politics.

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Jack Kemp’s Political Heir

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Jack Kemp’s Political Heir

by DANIEL E. LUNGREN

As one of Kemp’s closest friends, Daniel E. Lungren discusses his legacy and the individual who — in both policy positions and political temperament — is today best suited to carry Kemp’s mantle of reform.

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