December 2003
New Republic;12/1/2003, Vol. 229 Issue 22/23, p10
Presents brief comment pieces and quotes. Comments on conservative radio announcer Rush Limbaugh's denial that he is a hypocrite upon his return to his radio show after a month spent in a drug-treatment facility; Comments on attempts by Republican Congressional leaders to push through an energy bill without consulting the Democrats; Comments on a book by Georgia senator Zell Miller, in which he advises his fellow Democrats to adopt conservative positions on social issues and endorses President George W. Bush; Quote by Bush on protests during his trip to London.


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