September 1996
New Republic;9/02/96, Vol. 215 Issue 10, p7
Presents the contradictions in the platform of the U.S. Republican Party led by presidential candidate Bob Dole in 1996. Arguments against the position of the party regarding terrorism and international relations; Conflicts in the education and economic proposals of the party; Negation of the home ownership plans of the party.


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