Rank Disloyalty

July 2006
New Republic;7/10/2006 - 7/17/2006, Vol. 235 Issue 2/3, p7
The article discusses the Democratic Party in the United States, which is extremely concerned with maintaining a hard party line with no room for derivation by individuals within the party. Montana Senator Max Baucus, a Democrat who supports the estate-tax, unlike most of his constituents, has come under fire from political weblogs.


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