UPDATE/CANCELLATION: When I posted the note below, I didn't realize that a President may deliver a final State of the Union address just before leaving office and swearing in his successor. But now I know: Eisenhower did so in 1961. Thanks to James Fallows's interesting "State of the Union: Post Mortem
WASHINGTON -- Relaxed, confident and unapologetic, President Bush delivered his seventh and likely final State of the Union address Monday,...
What kind of journal would slip such an allusion to the "martial law" speculation that arises from time to time -- usually, I think, when a Republican president not everyone trusts (like Richard Nixon or the current incumbent) is due to be replaced following an election ?
The answer is here
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