Coup of None

June 2001
New Republic;06/18/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 25, p9
Observes conflicts in the United States Congress over the question of voter mandate. Outrage of the U.S. Republican Party over the defection of U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords; Reasons why the 2000 election did not reflect a Republican mandate; Polls which show that voters are displeased with a Republican Senate; Belief of the author that the presidency of George W. Bush has thwarted the will of the people.


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