Party of Lincoln

Crowley, Michael
May 2005
New Republic;5/23/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 19, p10
Profiles Republican Senator Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island. Report that Chafee often has to choose between his conservative political party and his liberal instincts; Reaction of Chafee to President George W. Bush's nomination of John Bolton to be the ambassador to the United Nations; Report that Chafee has almost defected to the Democratic Party; Possibility that Chafee will run against Cranston Mayor Steve Laffey in the next election.


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