Grunwald, Michael
May 2000
New Republic;05/29/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 22, p50
The article presents the author's views on Rudy Giuliani, Mayor of New York City. He thinks that Giuliani will be able to restore order and discipline in Washington. He expresses the need for an experienced politician like Giuliani to be in the U.S. Senate. He defends some of the activities of the mayor which include his disregard for public image and his relationship with women other than his wife.


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