National Review. April 13, 1992, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p38, 3 p.
United States. Congress -- Public opinion, Presidents -- Political activity, and Economic policy -- Political aspects
The key to Bush's re-election is his willingness to change his policies in the areas of international trade and economic growth. Up to this point in the campaign, he has defended the status quo of the stagnation in his administration. He also needs to go on the offensive against Congress.
National Review. Feb 25, 2002, Vol. 54 Issue 3, 54.
Enron Corp. -- Finance, United States. Congress -- Political activity, Legislators -- Political activity, Presidents -- Political activity, Bipartisanship (Politics) -- Analysis, Bankruptcy -- Investigations, Accounting -- Standards, and Capitalism -- Ethical aspects
Does George Love Ted? NEW YORK, JANUARY 18 There has been great fuss in the last few days over broken hearts in Washington. To uncoil the [...]