- Newsmaker: Bush's First Post-Election Visit to DC - George W. Bush met with Alan Greenspan before appearing with top leaders from both parties in Congress. David Corn, of the liberal magazine The Nation, says the man who campaigned on compromise wants concessions from across the aisle.
- Reporter's Notebook: Bush's Foreign Policy Choices - Colin Powell and Condoleeza Rice will drive foreign policy in the new Bush administration. James Chace, formerly of the World Policy Journal, wonders whether Powell, who he says is certain to run a smooth ship and create bi-partisan cooperation, will be an "architect or a brick layer."
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