Quiet Riot

Grann, David
December 2000
New Republic;12/25/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 26, p16
Discusses the role of protesters during the period of indecision that followed the contested 2000 United States presidential elections between George W. Bush and Al Gore. Pro-Bush protesters that are ideological revolutionaries; Crisis as a struggle not just for the presidency but for the very soul of America; Radicalism has been the defining characteristic of the Republican Party's activist core.


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