The Kensington Review

24 November 2003

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In 1968, they burned their draft cards. Thirty-five years later, some baby-boomers are burning their American Association of Retired Persons membership cards. The one was a useless protest against a foolish war, the other a tantrum over how to get younger Americans to pay for the prescription drugs of seniors. The only winners, it seems, are the match sellers. Click here to read more.

When a leader is in trouble, he may discover that he can't rely on his friends. President Bush is fortunate, not only can he rely on his friends for support, but his enemies seem eager to help him as well. Mr. Bush had arranged a three-day trip to visit Ally Number One, The Right Honourable Tony Blair, MP, PC, amid state fanfare and an incredible amount of hostile protest. It had all the hallmarks of a PR disaster-in-the-making until Al-Qaeda set off two bombs in Turkey and saved Mr. Bush's bacon again. Click here for more.
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