The United States of Texas

May 2002
Progressive;May2002, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p46
Asserts that the presidency of U.S. President George W. Bush mirrors his governorship of the state of Texas. Humorous suggestion that Bush wishes to turn the entire U.S. into a giant Texas; Opinion that Bush favors corporate interests, is pro-pollution, and supports tax cuts that leave the government underfunded; Discussion of Bush's policies on marriage, education and nuclear weapons; Description of the Rolling Thunder Downhome Democracy Tour, a promotional event initiated by Texas liberals.


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