Mitch McConnell Reborn and Other GOP Fables

November 2013
Moderate Voice;11/9/2013, p6
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The article offers information on a research conducted by the organization Pew Research Center which revealed that majority of the people in the U.s. believe that members of the U.S. Republican Party are better in dealing with the economic issues as compared with members of the U.S. Democratic Party. It also mentions the mental health of Mitch McConnell, a member of the Republican Party.


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