The election of George W. Bush marks the first time a Republican president will be working with a Republican Congress since 1955. But the Republican margin is slim, and the window of opportunity for the new administration to pursue its agenda may be extremely narrow. "We're sailing into uncharted waters as we've never had a situation with a president elected with a minority of the popular vote, a House with such a small margin and a Senate that is divided 50-50," said John Motley, senior ...
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