Divide & Conquer

Lizza, Ryan
February 2002
New Republic;2/11/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 5, p24
Focuses on political agenda of U.S. President George W. Bush for the forthcoming presidential election. Attack on campaign finance reform, Social Security, the economy and federal budget by the Democrats; Statement that the president deserves to have his team in place, particularly during a time of war; Report that the White House will help pass the president's agenda, elect a Republican House and Senate, and build a majority coalition for Bush's reelection; Statement that Bush asked the Congress to approach his domestic policies in the same spirit of cooperation as they have applied to their war against terrorism; Attack on Bush's tax cut policy by the Democrats.


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