Safe House

Scheiber, Noam
January 2001
New Republic;01/01/2001-01/08/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 1/2, p13
Focuses on the possible status of the Democratic Party under the presidency of George W. Bush in the U.S. Speculation that the Democrats may not gain control of Congress and thus be able to cause problems for the latter half of Bush's term in office; Analysis of the likely dynamics of the 2002 battle for the House of Representatives; Citation of the historical record by analysts who predict a Democratic landslide.


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