Hide and Sneak

Chait, Jonathan
February 2002
New Republic;2/18/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 6, p12
Focuses on the budget proposed by U.S. President George W. Bush. Information that Bush uses the war on terrorism and the Democratic Congress to conceal his restraint on domestic spending and the projected growth of a deficit; Statement that Bush is countering publicity about a budget deficit from tax cuts against his priority for homeland security and defense spending; Condemnation of the Democratic Congress by Bush.


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