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Fragments of a Campaign Diary 

Sanders recounts a day on the campaign trail during his 1972 run for governor as the "other" candidate from the Liberty Union party. He ran against Democrat Tom Salmon, who won, and Republican Luther Hackett.

This article was republished in the Seven Days online archive with permission from the owner of Chittenden Magazine, a monthly magazine in circulation 1969-1973.
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