Dank Victory

Fairlie, Henry
November 1978
New Republic;11/18/78, Vol. 179 Issue 21, p17
Focuses on activities of political parties in view of mid-term elections in the U.S. Comment on the inability of the Republican Party to find any political issue to criticize the Democratic Party; Comparison of strategies of the policies of both parties; Evaluation of the political status of the U.S. Democratic Party; Analysis of the manner in which the Democratic Party exploited the ineptitude of Republicans in midterm elections.


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