May 2000
New Republic;05/29/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 22, p10
Presents information on issues related to the U.S. politics. Criticism of U.S. President Bill Clinton on his policy of withdrawal of the U.S. ground troops from Kosovo, by Texas Governor George W. Bush; Discussion of the U.S. foreign policy and views of conservative columnists on it; Opinion of Alex Penelas, former mayor of Miami-Dade County about the federal government; Proposal of Clinton administration for installation of anti-smog devices on trucks and buses.


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