GOP apocalypse is overblown

Hill, David
May 2007
Hill;5/23/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 62, p14
The article reflects the opinion of the author on the opposing views of the members Republican Party, a contemporary political party in the U.S., in relation to various issues in the country. The author expressed that the case for a crisis is a way overblown, and though there is some truth to the issues, there are divisions, factional shifts and weak leadership wherein a case could be made that the rival party suffers from most of the insignificant conditions.


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