May 2001
New Republic;05/28/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 22, p10
Focuses on political conditions in the U.S.; Views of Georgia Representative Charlie Norwood on health care reform; Features of the Internet Web site Democrats.com; Discussion about the behavior of anti-gay activists; View of a social conservative group in Washington that high school bullies are involved in the conversion of gays; View of Republicans that the American public is behind them on the tax cut; Approval of budget resolutions in April.


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