The President of Good and Evil reviewed by Dennis Altman The Age, May 1, 2004

Abstract
Since their Puritan origins in the 17th century, American politicians have tended to speak in the language of divinely given morality. George W. Bush is not unique in his frequent references to the language of good and evil, just as he is not the first US politician to mangle the language
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