A few post-election etiquette lessons

Ivins, Molly
December 2006
Indianapolis Business Journal;12/4/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 39, p4B
The author reflects on the factors that paved the way for the victory and dominance of the Democratic Party in the November 2006 elections in the U.S. She emphasizes the contribution of the failure of the Bush administration's policy on Iraq war to the defeat of the Republicans. She suggests the need for the Bush administration to start the Middle East peace process to solve the issue on the ongoing war in Iraq.


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