May 2001
New Republic;05/14/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 20, p12
Presents information related to political issues in the U.S. Decision of President George W. Bush to chose Clark Randt Jr., his former Yale fraternity brother and a long time expert in doing business with China, as his nominee for U.S. ambassador to Beijing; Approval of "Clean Elections" ballot initiative by voters in Massachusetts; Appointment of a commission to study Social Security reform by President Bush.


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