No More Mr. Nice Guys

Klingeman, Henry
July 1987
National Review;7/17/1987, Vol. 39 Issue 13, p40
Focuses on the efforts of Senate Republicans in the U.S. to block new Democratic initiatives. Opposition on a bill that changes campaign-financing laws; Amendment of Democratic bills to force votes on conservative issues.


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