Business as Usual - Almost

A powerful troika takes charge, while Haig overdoes it—once more The first reactions were shock, horror, sickness at the thought that the nation had to go through it all once more. Then almost instantly came anxiety —not only for the wounded President but for the country itself. As citizens all over the U.S. and indeed around the world waited for the medical bulletins, questions formed: Did, and would, the U.S. still have a functioning Government? Could decisions still be made, necessary actions be taken, while a President in office little more than two...

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