Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

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On GOP domestic policy

Related to the John Moser post below (and comments), George Will thinks that "If Sept. 11 had never happened -- if debate about domestic policy had not been drowned out by the roar of war -- the potential domestic ramifications of this election would give it unusual nation-shaping power. To understand why is to understand some of the Democratic rage about the specter of a second term for George W. Bush.

He has a multifaceted agenda for weakening crucial components of the Democratic Party, factions that depend on cosseting by the federal government. Consider trial lawyers and organized labor."
  

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Great to see that you posted Will’s column today, Peter. Will said it much better of course, than I, but he pretty much echoed my response (here) to John Moser and the rest of the "Reagan Revolution is over" crowd.

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