TITLE

American idle

AUTHOR(S)
Prasannarajan, S.
PUB. DATE
December 2009
SOURCE
India Today;12/21/2009, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Opinion
ABSTRACT
The author challenges the reader regarding U.S. President Barack Obama's ability to do as he promised after mesmerizing the world with his post-Bush politics. He accuses Obama of turning the concept of change into a weapon of mass seduction and has turned from a reconciler to a president of triangulation. He points that Obama's liberating charisma stays only with those who still need a non-Bush to believe in, like those who honored him with the 2009 Nobel Peace laureate. He says that no matter what happens, the U.S. will remain a global leader.
ACCESSION #
47326114

 

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