Enough Already

November 2001
New Republic;11/12/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 20, p9
Presents information on the impact of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the political scenario of the U.S. Decision that the Democrats and Republicans would govern jointly from the center, not only on foreign affairs but on domestic policy as well; View that after the attacks, both parties could find common ground on a stimulus bill; Comments on the tax rebates offered; View that the Republicans always want to put more money in the hands of rich people.


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