March 2002
New Republic;3/18/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 10, p10
Presents news briefs related to the United States politics and government. Criticism of the decision by the administration of President George W. Bush to impose quotas on steel imports; Concern over anti-Semitism propaganda directed at former U.S. President Bill Clinton fixer Rahm Emanuel in his primary race for an open House seat in Chicago's North Side; Criticism of a comment made by columnist Ann Coulter in reference to the death of an Afghan transportation secretary; Publication of the book "A Problem From Hell: America and the Age of Genocide," by Samantha Power.


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