Moderate Excess

June 2005
New Republic;6/6/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 21/22, p9
Offers a discussion about a deal made between United States Senate Democrats and Republicans over the filibustering of judicial nominees. Criticism of Congressional moderates for their role in making compromises; Claim that the moderates have redefined the center of debate to the rightward position demanded by the pull of Republican extremists; Confirmation of Bush judicial nominees Priscilla Owen, Janice Rogers Brown and William Pryor.


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