A Talk with Vice-President Dick Cheney
The Administration's energy plan is in trouble. The Senate has gone Democratic. And Bush's tough foreign-policy stance is drawing fire from U.S. allies. In a June 20 interview with Washington Bureau Chief Lee Walczak and White House Correspondent Richard S. Dunham, Vice-President Dick Cheney was stoic in the face of rising storms. What follows is a more complete version of edited excerpts from their conversation that appeared in the July 2 edition of BusinessWeek:
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