January 2000
New Republic;01/24/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 4, p10
Presents information related to economic and political issues in the U.S. Discussion on donations made by the Forbes Foundation, run by Steve Forbes and his family, to leading U.S. abortion provider, Planned Parenthood and the Brooklyn Museum of Art, in recent years; Rule outlined by the Commission on Presidential Debates that presidential candidates must win an average of 15 percent in five nationally recognized polls to participate in this year's debates; Conditions of Iowa's farmers and agriculture.


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