George W. Bush's Campaign
A review of Texas Governor George W. Bush's nomination as Republican candidate for President.
# 26980 | 2,068 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2000 |
Published on May 22, 2003 in History (U.S. Presidency) , Political Science (Election and Campaigns) , Political Science (U.S.) , Law (Constitution) , Political Science (U.S. Federal Politics)
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Written before the U.S. Presidential election in 2000, this paper examines Bush?s platform, specifically highlighting where it deviates from Republican doctrine. The writer focuses on a number of issues relevant to the elections including education, taxes, foreign policy, the economy, defense budget, healthcare and campaign finance. The paper leans towards Bush as the longtime favorite for the 2000 Republican nomination for President. It claims his appeal has rested on the belief that he is a moderate Republican, and thus has the best chance of being elected.
From the Paper:"At first glance, Bush seems to be treading on dangerous ground by suggesting that schools teach values, rather than parents. However, his proposals are so nebulous that it is impossible to tell exactly what he is suggesting. One clear part of Bush's agenda seems to be his proposal that government encourage religious groups to take a more active role in America's public schools. That, of course, would be unconstitutional, which raises the question of whether this is truly a sincere proposal or merely a bone to assuage religious conservatives."
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