July 2001
New Republic;7/23/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 4, p10
Presents news items on U.S. political developments. Outlook for pork-barrel spending; Concerns that congressional redistricting is racially motivated; Support for Senator John McCain's campaign to ban soft-money political donations; Criticism of the reporting of Gail Sheehy.


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