February 2002
New Republic;2/11/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 5, p10
Presents news briefs related to economic and political issues in the U.S. the opposite. Information that Democrats first suggested sending out immediate tax rebates to stimulate the economy; Comment on Bush's long-term tax-cut plan; Information on Bush's foreign policy; Report that Iran, Iraq and North Korea rejected an accusation by President Bush that they form an axis of evil developing weapons of mass destruction to threaten the U.S.; Comment that White House defend its energy plan and its stone-walling of the General Accounting Office.


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