Rhetorical Question

Crowley, Michael
October 2001
New Republic;10/22/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 17, p23
Focuses on U.S. Senator Joe Biden, and the idea that he is likely to speak as a foreign policy expert for the U.S. Democratic Party. Idea that more often than not the speech of Biden is impulsive in characteristic; Comment on various television appearances of Biden, and the idea associated with the saying that speech is his strength and a weakness; Thoughts of Biden on foreign policy.


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