The New New Deal

Tomasky, Michael
November 2002
New York;11/25/2002, Vol. 35 Issue 41, p42
Focuses on issues related to electioneering in the U.S. Liberalism in the election process; Security of the voters during election; Comments of the political activities of the Republicans.


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