How well do Americans think America is doing?

September 2013
Moderate Voice;9/25/2013, p12
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The article focuses on various controversies related to government shutdown during federal budget negotiations in the U.S. It mentions that the Republicans in the Congress are working with U.S. President, Barack Obama for the budget. It mentions that the Americans are trying to get the issued done with the Republicans.


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