July 2008
High Country News;7/21/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p12
The article offers information about the social status of the Republican Party and its impact to the society in the U.S. It has been reported that the Republicans' fusion and their anti-regulation ideas are under tremendous stress condition while its party has gotten off the track as it has largely abandoned conservation in social and fiscal issues such as human and environmental protections. The division among Republican goes much deeper than the internal warfare the Democrats have suffered during their presidential primary. The Republican slippage, which includes losing control of the U.S. Congress in 2006, has many causes such as various corruption scandals that plague the party.


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