December 2003
Newsweek;12/8/2003, Vol. 142 Issue 23, p6
Presents six assessments on people and activities in current events. Benefits for George W. Bush with the passage of the Medicare bill and his surprise appearance in Baghdad on Thanksgiving; Mixed review for the Medicare Bill; Negative press for the president's brother Neil Bush who was allegedly involved in Asian sex freebies; Others.


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