September 2000
New Republic;09/11/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 11, p12
Features comments on political events in the U.S. Implications of Republican vice presidential nominee Dick Cheney's criticisms to the Clinton administration for reducing the country's Armed Forces; Illustration of presidential candidate George W. Bush's taxation scheme, as a more middle-class-friendly plan than that of his opponent; Statements from various American personalities that presents an analogy between the television program, "Survivor," and the 2000 presidential race.


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