For the GOP, Tomorrow?

Buckley, Jr., William F.
October 1998
National Review;10/26/1998, Vol. 50 Issue 20, p62
The article asserts that Republicans in the U.S. Congress must take leadership initiatives amid the scandal involving President Bill Clinton. It points out that Republicans' chances at the November 2000 polls is tight because hanging in the balance is the Republican majority of the new Senate and the new House. It stresses the lack of attention given to the issue of income-tax reduction.


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