The Way Forward

Podhoretz, John
December 2012
Commentary;Dec2012, Vol. 134 Issue 5, p13
The author discusses the 2012 U.S. presidential election between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, and describes the state of conservative and Republican parties after Obama's win. Campaign strategies, Obama's health care and tax policies, and liberal versus conservative U.S. politics are discussed, as well as issues such as immigration, abortion, and the political effects of changing demographics in the U.S.


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