Keep Away

Lizza, Ryan
January 2002
New Republic;1/28/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 3, p17
Focuses on the strategies used by the U.S. government under President George W. Bush to distance itself from the collapse of Enron Corp. Attempts of the government to connect Democrats to the scandal; Comments on the contact between Enron executives and government officials; Ways in which Enron directed Bush government policies; Impact of media cynicism on issues beyond Enron.


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