State Of Disunion

Panchak, Patricia
March 2006
Industry Week/IW;Mar2006, Vol. 255 Issue 3, p9
Trade Publication
Comments on a statement issued by U.S. President George W. Bush regarding the quality of public policy debate in the country. Charges made by Bush against his critics; Reaction of the manufacturing sector to the statement; Condition of the political and economic debate in the U.S.


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