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directed the military to its runaway victory in the Persian Gulf war, this Dream Ticket is even more attractive than when first proposed in 1988. The general was then only Ronald Reagan's national security adviser. Before that, the last real Dream Ticket was conjured up in 1968 -- Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York paired with Gov. Ronald Reagan of California, left and right, East and West, the two biggest states, victory guaranteed. There were only two problems -- the two Governors, neither of whom wanted any part of the other or second place on the ticket. The Bush-Powell entry would not have such problems, since the two principals obviously admire each other and Mr. Bush is already President. As is usually the case with Dream Tickets, however, this one may look better in the airy precincts of imagination than in real political life. General Powell is certainly an attractive figure, an able and popular man.

 
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