Gas Bag

June 2004
New Republic;6/7/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 21/22, p9
Critiques the focus of 2004 United States Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry on gasoline prices in his campaign. List of the faults and failings of the administration of President George W. Bush that Kerry would do better to focus on; Assertion that gas prices are not that big of a problem; Argument that the rise in gas prices has little or nothing to do with George W. Bush, but with rising demand in Asia; Kerry's proposed solutions to the problem.


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