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Securing the Campaign


Securing the Campaign

Last month, a brazen attack on a Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto completely upended that country’s political process and clearly exposed the risks assumed by political leaders around the world. While campaigning in Pakistan is quite different than stumping for U.S. presidential elections, White House hopefuls nonetheless remain potential targets. Assassins’ bullets have found two U.S. presidential candidates in the last four decades—Robert Kennedy, who was killed in 1968, and George Wallace, who was paralyzed in 1972.


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