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Headlines Tell The Story (September 12 – 18, 2010)

 At “Union of Americans” we offer a review of some of the previous week’s significant news. This is done by listing headlines of that week. If you would like to view an entire article, simply click on that headline. 

Wall Street Journal (9/16/10) 
Primaries Stoke Turmoil 
31 Democrats Rebel on Taxes as Tea Party Gaines Pose Dilemma for GOP Leaders 

Wall Street Journal (9/15/2010) 
Obstacle to Deficit Cutting: A Nation on Entitlements 

Wall Street Journal (9/15/2010) 
Japan Pushes Down Yen 

Wall Street Journal (9/15/10) 
Tea Party Claims Big Win 
Upstart Candidate Beats GOP-Backed Congressman In Delaware Senate Primary 

Wall Street Journal (9/14/2010) 
Bank Rules Win Muted Praise 

Wall Street Journal (9/14/2010) 
Cuba to Cut State Workers In Tilt Toward Free Market 

Wall Street Journal (9/14/2010) 
AIG Plots End to U.S. Aid

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