Show some leadership in Washington

Frost, Martin
November 2012
Clarendon Enterprise (TX);11/12/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 46, p2
The author discusses on the need of bipartisan leadership and suggests U.S. President Barack Obama to act against quintessential problems faced by the country along with suggestion to Republicans to make deal by settling the extreme elements of the U.S. Republican Party.


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