[KS] Not to beat around the bush .....

Afostercarter at cs.com Afostercarter at cs.com
Wed Nov 8 04:02:15 EST 2000

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It may not be as bad for sunshine as one might fear.

Not all Republicans are as hawkish as those who
shriek loudest in Congress.  Besides, it will be hard
for the US to overrule its Korean ally's chosen path.

As for personal rapport: should they ever meet, I 
dare say that the two daddy's boys and reformed (?)
party animals might git along jes' fine ....


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In a message dated 11/8/00 03:12:55 GMT Standard Time, o_matty at hotmail.com 

<< Subj:     Korea and the American Presidency
 Date:  11/8/00 03:12:55 GMT Standard Time
 From:  o_matty at hotmail.com (matty wegehaupt)
 Sender:    owner-korean-studies at iic.edu
 Reply-to:  korean-studies at iic.edu
 To:    korean-studies at iic.edu
 surprised no one has brought this up, but there is an election going on.
 any opinions on how the new US presidential administration will affect 
 Korean/US relations?
 matty wegehaupt
 uc.berkeley >>

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