The High Road

June 2009
Politics (Campaigns & Elections);Jun2009, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p58
The article offers divergent public opinions on a hypothetical question directed towards a U.S. consultant being asked to be a part of the campaign of a foreign political candidate opposed to the U.S. foreign policy agenda. A Democratic consultant suggests willingness to work for the client. A Republican consultant states that he or she will assess whether the views of the client reflected his or her own views. A Democratic media consultant notes that he or she will not accept the offer.


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