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August 11, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his battle to make history in North Carolina, Harvey Gantt draws upon events a continent away, rallying a group of supporters with the power of positive speaking. "You know, when you look at the people in Poland and in Czechoslovakia and you see what they threw off in the course of less than a year, I know that in North Carolina we can throw Jesse Helms off," he tells an enthusiastic crowd of about 200 in the nearby town of Bolivia.
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August 11, 1990 | LEE MAY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his battle to make history in North Carolina, Harvey Gantt draws upon events a continent away, rallying a group of supporters with the power of positive speaking. "You know, when you look at the people in Poland and in Czechoslovakia and you see what they threw off in the course of less than a year, I know that in North Carolina we can throw Jesse Helms off," he tells an enthusiastic crowd of about 200 in the nearby town of Bolivia.
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September 3, 1990 | RONALD BROWNSTEIN and ROBERT SHOGAN
GULF GAP: Some Democrats are concerned that the Persian Gulf crisis may further delay the already slow-starting race for the party's 1992 presidential nomination. The fear is that potential candidates may be hesitant about committing themselves to challenge President Bush until they know which he is--a war hero or the architect of a fiasco. "There were plenty of things that argued for delaying a decision, and this is one more," said a top Democratic operative.
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