Dueling Realities on the Economy

Walsh, Kenneth T.
September 2010
U.S. News Digital Weekly;9/10/2010, Vol. 2 Issue 36, p9
The article discusses the varying economic reform agendas of the Republicans and the Democrats which have been highlighted in the runup to the November 2010 elections. U.S. President Barack Obama argues that the election is a choice between a failed platform and one brings hope while Republicans hold that the economic program of the current administration has made matters worse. Recent surveys also showed the Republicans gaining a lead.


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