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News
  1. -12-20-07 Giuliani's Popularity Plummets (MSNBC News)
      "After a monthís worth of mostly negative media reports, his campaignís decision to decrease his activity in the early nominating states and the rise of GOP rival Mike Huckabee, Rudy Giulianiís national standing has plummeted in the most recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, providing more evidence that the contest for the Republican Partyís presidential nomination is wide open." 12-07

  2. -12-20-07 Giuliani's Unconventional Strategy (New York Times)
      "Mr. Giulianiís decision to zag while the rest of the candidates zig reflects his unconventional campaign strategy: his team is concentrating on winning the Florida primary on Jan. 29 in the hopes that a victory there will position him to do well on Feb. 5, when more than 20 states, including Missouri, New York, New Jersey and California, go to the polls." 12-07

Papers
  1. Editorial: Rudy Guiliani, One-Day Wonder or Contender? (BBC News)
      "On 10 September 2001, Mr Giuliani's political career seemed to be in terminal decline."

      "Then 9/11 changed everything and he emerged, caked in the dust of the World Trade Center, as America's mayor." 04-07

  2. Editorial: The Real Rudy (New York Times)
      " 'There are times,' he declared, 'when undocumented aliens must have a substantial degree of protection.' They must feel safe sending their children to school. They should feel safe reporting crime to the police. 'Similarly, illegal and undocumented immigrants should be able to seek medical help without the threat of being reported. When these people are sick, they are just as sick and just as contagious as citizens.' "

      "At the moment, Giuliani and fellow moderate Mitt Romney are attacking each other for being insufficiently Tancredo-esque. They are not renouncing the policies they championed as city and state officials, but the emphasis as they run for federal office is all in the other direction. In effect, they are competing to drive away Hispanic votes and make the party unelectable in New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Florida and the nation at large." 11-07

  3. Giuliani, Rudy (Forbes.com)
      "As a businessman, he's been mixing with a sketchier crowd. 11-06

  4. Giuliani, Rudy (New York City)
      Provides a biography of the former Mayor of New York City, admired by many Americans for his heroic efforts to promote calm after the September 11th attack on America. Visitors sometimes misspell as Guliani, Gulliani, Gullianni, Giulianni, Giulliani, Giullianni, or Gulianni. 12-01

  5. Giuliani, Rudy (Wikipedia.org)
      Provides a profile of a candidate for president in 2008. 03-07

  6. Rudy Giuliani and Wife (MSNBC News)
      "Now, with his wifeís public role scaled back, at least temporarily, strategists are asking dueling questions: Can he win over socially conservative voters if his wife is not by his side? Can he win them over if she is?" 03-07

  7. Rudy Giuliani and the Neocons (MSNBC News)
      "Still, what's left of the neocon movement does seem to be converging around the Giuliani campaign, to some degree, because he embraces their common themes: a willingness to use military power, a tendency to group all radical Islamist groups together as a common enemy, strong support for Israel and an aggressive posture toward Iran." 10-07

  8. Social Conservatives Are Divided on 2008 Elections (US News)
      "The stakes are high. With only a dozen weeks before the first votes are cast, conservative evangelicals, who compose about half of the born-again movement, are increasingly concerned about the GOP nominee. The kind of power they wielded in electing President Bush in 2004, when 78 percent of evangelicals helped give the president his second term, could be but a memory. Many have watched in dismay as former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who supports legalized abortion and opposes a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage, continues to lead Republican preference polls. Some evangelicals are openly disdainful of Giuliani, but others are counseling caution." 10-07

   
   


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