November elections are one victory in the war on terror

Keller, John
December 2002
Military & Aerospace Electronics;Dec2002, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p1
Comments on the success of the Republican Party at the Senate November 2002 elections in the U.S. Manipulation of the U.S. Senate by the party; Delay on the proposed Department of Homeland Security in the Democrat-controlled Senate; Projections on the political agenda of Republicans.


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