Shrugging off Atlas

April 2013
Democracy: A Journal of Ideas;Spring2013, Issue 28, p92
The author presents information on the 2012 U.S. Presidential election campaign of the Republican Candidate Mitt Romney who lost it to U.S. President Barack Obama. He states that Romney lost the elections due to one of his speech in which reflected on the 47 percent of the U.S. citizens supporting Obama. He further informs about the political future of the U.S.


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