Selling "Democrat"

Shuham, Matt
May 2012
Harvard Political Review;Summer2012, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p4
The article focuses on U.S. democrats. It states that they are known as bleeding hearts as they support social welfare legislation and believe in good of programs which can make society just. It mentions that agenda of democrats is most capable of putting the country in a good economic position and their policies create economic opportunities. It highlights that they should assert the economic importance of their policy which could help to have new generation of students and soldiers.


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