Dump Dick Gephardt

September 2000
Human Events;09/15/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 33, p1
Explains why United States House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (D.-Mo.) deserves to be ousted. Role in blocking the impeachment vote against US President Bill Clinton; Political career of Gephardt; Comments on his behavior.


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