Root Cause

Lizza, Ryan
March 2001
New Republic;03/26/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 13, p12
Examines United States President George W. Bush's grassroots-campaigning in support of his budget proposals, and compares this to former President Bill Clinton's concept of the permanent campaign. Bush's criticism during the 2000 presidential election, of the Clinton administration's permanent campaign; His love for campaigning as part of his personality; Author's view of Bush as a salesman rather than a manager; View of Vice President Dick Cheney as the administration's management expert on the matter.


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