Novak, Robert
August 2005
Human Events;8/22/2005, Vol. 61 Issue 28, p15
Focuses on the political agenda of the U.S. Democrats' House as of August 2005. Opposition of Democrats to the Canadian American Free Trade Agreement; Possibility for freshman Democratic Representative Melissa Bean of Illinois to win the Chamber of Commerce endorsement; Status of the long-term reformation of the Democratic establishment.


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