The Quick Economic Fix That Bush May ProposeBy
The weeks between Thanksgiving and the Jan. 28 State of the Union address were supposed to give the Bush Administration a public-relations bonanza. White House strategists predicted that once Congress left town, the President would go on a tear, lambasting Democrats for the nation's economic woes and retaking the pro-growth high road.
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