Jacksonian Democracy: A Non-Candidate Wants to Play a Decisive Role

November 10, 1991|By ARCH PARSONS | ARCH PARSONS,Arch Parsons is a Washington correspondent for The Sun reporting on minority issues.

WASHINGTON — Washington. -- The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, who often seems to be campaigning even when there's no election in sight, now aims to bring new meaning to the role of a non-candidate.

That could be said of the non-candidate's entire campaign.

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