WASHINGTON — Commerce Secretary Donald Evans touted the President’s economic strategy Thursday on news that overall retail sales rose 0.4 percent in November to $302.5 billion, despite a sharp drop in department store sales.

Evans, who typically does not publicly comment on Commerce’s monthly retail sales report, credited Bush’s tax-cut plan for boosting overall retail sales and turning the economy around.

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