November 1995
New Republic;11/13/95, Vol. 213 Issue 20, p7
Opposes the conservative agenda of the Republicans in the U.S. Congress led by House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Comparison of Gingrich's effort to balance the budget with that of former U.S. President Ronald Reagan's; Contribution of Gingrich to reforming the congressional process; Nursing home regulations under Gingrich's plan; Criticism against corporate welfare recipients for attacking U.S. President Bill Clinton's expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit.


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