November 2005
New Republic;11/28/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 22/23, p12
This article presents a list of wise politicians who have the qualifications to save U.S. President George W. Bush's beleaguered administration. The author claims that these wise politicians are known to come in from the sidelines to help administrations in crisis. The list of possible saviors includes James Baker, Howard Baker, Leon Panetta, Sam Nunn, David Gergen, Kenneth M. Duberstein, Clark Clifford, Al Haig, Bob Woodward, Dick Morris and Deepak Chopra.


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