Waking the DEMS

From, Al
February 2006
Blueprint;Feb2006, Vol. 2006 Issue 1, p18
Discusses the application of the New Democratic philosophy in the U.S. Advantages of the philosophy to the candidacies of Democrats in 2006; Overview of the history of the New Democrat movement; Effectiveness of the philosophy as an approach to politics.


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