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The Other Side of Tom Daschle - Regier, Robert E.; Ekanger, Talmage
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Jameson Books, 96 Seiten, L=175mm, B=110mm, H=5mm, Gew.=54gr, [GR: 27430 - TB/Politikwissenschaft], [SW: - Politics / Current Events], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans. Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans.

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Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today.He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans - their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda.It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, and that his state voted 60% for Bush.This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The public Daschle - mild-mannered, reasonable, polite - is in sharp contrast to the McGovernite liberal portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans. Robert E. Regier, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, The Other Side Of Tom Daschle Books>Social and Cultural Studies Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans.

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Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans. The Other Side of Tom Daschle Regier, Robert E. / Ekanger, Talmage Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans.

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Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans. The Other Side of Tom Daschle Regier, Robert E. / Ekanger, Talmage, Jameson Books

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The Other Side of Tom Daschle

Senator Tom Daschle, leader of the Democrats in the U.S. Senate, and his party in opposition to President Bush and the Republicans, is one of the most relentless and successful figures in American politics today. He has almost single-handedly stymied most of the domestic agenda of George Bush and the Republicans--their judicial appointments, their budget, their social agenda. It's been an astonishing performance, considering that the Democrats are a minority in both houses of Congress, that his brand of liberalism is no longer the majority opinion in America, that his state voted 60% for Bush. This book examines the political career and beliefs of the Senator, up for re-election in 2004, with a critical eye. The "public" Daschle--mild-mannered, reasonable, polite--is in sharp contrast to the "McGovernite liberal" portrayed here, a ruthless partisan of tremendous skill and energy. Also revealed in book form for the first time are his political scandals and the fascinating role of his power-lobbyist wife. Frankly partisan, this book reveals the Tom Daschle hidden from most Americans.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780915463923
ISBN (ISBN-10): 091546392X
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Publishing year: 2010
Publisher: Jameson Books
96 Pages
Weight: 0,054 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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