Playing Nice?

O'Beirne, Kate
November 2001
National Review;11/5/2001, Vol. 53 Issue 21, p31
This article presents information on political bipartisanship in the United States following September 11 terrorist attacks. Information is presented on the resumption of partisan differences after the attacks. There is an allegation that the media in the U.S. favors Democrats over Republicans. There is a pressures on U.S. President George W. Bush to cooperate with Democrats. Information is presented on the approval, by the Republican-led House Ways and Means Committee, of a $100 billion economic-recovery plan, including an elimination of the corporate alternative minimum tax, accelerated individual rate cuts, rebates for low-income workers, and a reduction in the capital-gains tax.


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