TITLE

AFTER THE FALL

AUTHOR(S)
Barnes, Fred
PUB. DATE
December 1986
SOURCE
New Republic;12/1/86, Vol. 195 Issue 22, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on changes which reflected the lack of surprise at the U.S. White House over losing the control of the Senate to Democrats resulting from the outcomes of the recent election. Defeat of Republican Senator Mack Mattingly; Information that Republican President Ronald Reagan could loose the support of Southern Democrats on such issues of military aid to the Nicaraguan contras; Problems faced by Reagan in dealing with the Democratic Congress; Difference in approaches of confrontationists and conciliators; Views of Democrats on taxation system.
ACCESSION #
11318437

 

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