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The Congress - 2002
The November 2002 Congressional elections are coming up. Democrats now
hold a one-seat advantage in the Senate. The Republicans have a slim
majority in the House. The economy is dicey and the President is talking
about war in Iraq. How important are these elections? And how has our
Congress been doing up until now?
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resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, columnist for Roll Call, and co-author of Vital Statistics on Congress.
Senior Writer for U.S. News & World Report, author of "Hard America, Soft America: Competition vs. Coddling, and the Battle for the Nationís Future" and coauthor of "The Almanac of American Politics."
Originally Aired: 9/19/2002
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