State of the union

March 2009
People's Weekly World;3/7/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 36, p8
The author views that the address of U.S. President Barack Obama to Congress on February 24, 2009 was both sober and inspiring. The author thinks that Obama's message brought hope to millions of unemployed and people who are losing their homes with his economic recovery package. The author also points out the determination of the Republican right to obstruct efforts to rebuild the economy. The author stresses the need to form a coalition that will support the passage of the proposed Employee Free Choice Act.


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