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'''Lee Atwater''' (b. 1951, d. 1991) was a [[Republican]] political strategist and consultant.  He is known for his role in the presidential campaigns of [[Ronald Reagan]] and [[George H. W. Bush]].  He was a principal architect of the Republican Party's successful [[Southern Strategy]].  When he was dying of [[cancer]], Atwater apologized to some of the people hurt by his campaign tactics, including [[Michael Dukakis]].
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'''Lee Atwater''' (b. 1951, d. 1991) was a [[Republican]] political strategist and consultant.  He is known for his role in the presidential campaigns of [[Ronald Reagan]] and [[George H. W. Bush]].  He was a principal architect of the Republican Party's successful [[Big tent]] strategy.   
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:34, 9 February 2013

Lee Atwater (b. 1951, d. 1991) was a Republican political strategist and consultant. He is known for his role in the presidential campaigns of Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. He was a principal architect of the Republican Party's successful Big tent strategy.

Sources

Brady, John. 1997. Bad Boy: The Life and Politics of Lee Atwater. Addison Wesley.