Mo Joe

Beinart, Peter
August 2006
New Republic;8/14/2006 - 8/21/2006, Vol. 235 Issue 7/8, p6
The author focuses on U.S. Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman. He finds that what originally attracted him to Lieberman was that he was not tied to partisan politics or to the liberalism of the Democratic Party. The author gives instances of Lieberman's political behavior on issues like the Bosnian conflict, taxation, and violence in the media.


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