How Much Has Obama Learned?

September 2011
Moderate Voice;9/12/2011, p7
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The article presents the author's insights how much U.S. President Barack Obama has learned in adjusting to the political system in the U.S. in avoiding economic stagnation. He states that the Republicans think that Obama's speech to the U.S. Congress on topics including taxes, unemployment, and government programs favor the right wing and the progressives. He also argues that the fight related to economic policy is not between political parties, but on the basis or right and wrong.


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