TITLE

NOTEBOOK

PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
New Republic;01/29/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 5, p10
SOURCE TYPE
Review
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents news on U.S. politics recent as of January 2001. Withdrawal of Linda Chavez from her nomination for secretary of the labor department; Criticism of a reference made by attorney general nominee John Ashcroft regarding a controversial statement he made during a speech at Bob Jones University in South Carolina; Comparison of the budget surplus projections of the administration of President George W. Bush to that of former President Bill Clinton.
ACCESSION #
4000243

 

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