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Frum: GOP Is The Party Of The Old

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Frum: GOP Is The Party Of The Old

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Frum: GOP Is The Party Of The Old

Frum: GOP Is The Party Of The Old

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David Frum is a former speechwriter for President Bush, who says the Republican party has lost its way. He's starting a new web site to encourage Republicans to rethink their approach. Majority.com launches the weekend before the presidential inauguration. Frum tells Steve Inskeep that the results of the 2004 election indicated that Republicans were the party of the old, while Democrats had room to grow because their constituencies included the growing minority sector.

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