Resignation redux

Retter, Daphne; Yingling, Jennifer
September 2007
Hill;9/4/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 99, p11
The article offers tips how senators can survive their own scandal in the U.S.. According to the author, senators should be cautious with their privacy and start campaigning for a governor of the opposing party. She cites the opinion of democratic strategist Paul Begala that salvation of naughty politicians comes from an unlikely place.


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