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John Kerry can win, given George W. Bush's incompetence, and White House strategists realize that.
I'm riding an elevator in downtown Boston. There is a sign warning of travel restrictions during the last week of July. A woman gets on. We both stare ahead as per elevator etiquette.
In canned obits that papers keep,
The second graf relates
The fact that Nader gave us Bush,
Through votes in several states.
TRANSCRIPT OF THE OCTOBER 28, 2004, SPEECH, FROM THE OVAL OFFICE, BY GEORGE W. BUSH
My Fellow Citizens,
A friend of mine in Los Angeles reports listening to a radio station that caters to middle-class African-Americans and hearing repeatedly from hosts and callers that there's little difference bet
Rosa DeLauro, the savvy Connecticut Congresswoman whom Democratic leaders and the Kerry for President campaign put in charge of drafting the party's 2004 platform, says, "It reflects John Kerry.
As Democrats prepare for their convention in Boston, they should ponder the city's catalytic role in American history.
This essay, from the July 17, 1948, issue of The Nation, is a special selection from The Nation Digital Archive. If you want to read everything The Nation has ever published on the Democratic Party, click here for information on how to acquire individual access to the Archive--an electronic database of every Nation article since 1865.
A Dud of a Debate
Never let it be said that John Kerry rushes to judgement.