Lind, Michael
December 1994
New Republic;12/5/94, Vol. 211 Issue 23, p19
Argues that the victory of the U.S. Republican Party in terms of controlling Congress in the November 1994 elections creates the way for the reemergence of liberalism. Types of politicians who embody the ideals of liberalism; Criticisms against progressive liberals; Factors which caused the defeat of the Democrats in the elections; Issues ignored by Democrats and President Bill Clinton during the elections; Explanation of the concept of liberal nationalism.


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