Brand New

Marshall, Joshua Micah
February 2001
New Republic;02/05/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 6, p12
Focuses on the changes in the ideology of the Democratic Party since the presidency of Bill Clinton. Expectations of the party for an improved performance in the elections; Roles played by so-called New Democrats Evan Bayh and John Breaux in brokering deals with House Republicans; Looseness of the definition of a New Democrat; Efforts of some Democrats to support welfare reform, death penalty and deficit reduction while maintaining strong support for the party's traditional constituencies; Increasing popularity of the Democratic Leadership Council.


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