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  • There were no third-force candidacies to trouble their slumber.

    America Changes The Guard

  • If there are 'third-force' elements involved why have our security forces not identified them.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Like Nixon, he faced a strong third-force candidate who embodied voters 'disillusionment with parties that didn't seem to offer a "dime's worth of difference" between them.

    Knowing When The Party's Over

  • But as president, Clinton may have a harder time winning over third-force voters than Nixon did.

    Knowing When The Party's Over

  • Unlike other recent third-force candidates, he's gaining at the end.

    Running Scared

  • It had been glimpsed in the third-force candidacies of men as disparate as George Wallace in 1968 and John Anderson in 1980.

    America Changes The Guard

  • It's the closest a third-force figure has come to leading the polls since Ross Perot in the summer of 1992.

    A Battle Royal

  • The Democratic Alliance condemned the blast, saying it was an indication of a third-force destabilisation in the Western Cape.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In response to a question, he said he had no knowledge of third-force involvement.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Questioned after the meeting, Nzimande would not disclose the name of the policeman, but said he had information that the man was working with third-force elements with "no interest in peace".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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