CHOOSING AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT
Now that Senator John Kerry has secured the Democratic Party nomination for president, the 2004 race for the White House is intensifying.
Already President George W. Bush has launched a 60 million advertising campaign. And the Republican Party "attack machine" is now sharpening its claws.
It will be a long campaign. But it will be a crucial one. Bush stands on a record that includes: a tax code heavily tilted toward the rich, the scrapping of the Kyoto Protocol, and a shockingly high budget deficit....