Change for a Buck

Cohn, Jonathan
August 2000
New Republic;08/21/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 8, p26
Comments on the move of Richard Gephardt, U.S. House Minority Leader, to abandon his disposition on issues ranging from health care, education, and the restructuring of corporations. Claim of Gephardt on the failure of the universal health care plan of the Clinton administration; Decision of Gephardt to adopt the ideas and tactics on trade and budget that he spent most of the last decade attacking; Loss of the society of a defender on several issues that was Gephardt.


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