Poverty and the Partisan Press

Novak, Michael
April 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1995, Issue 52, p14
Notes the tendency of the press to blame Democrats for the rise in poverty in the U.S. Observation on how the U.S. press treated the issue of poverty during the presidency of Bill Clinton; Comparison between the attitudes of the press toward Republicans and Democrats; Statistics on U.S. poverty under the governments of Clinton and Ronald Reagan.


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