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The tangled web that a narrow Supreme Court majority wove to shut down
the Florida recount of presidential ballots in December 2000 made it
possible for Republican George W.
Two questions will dominate the 2004 presidential campaign: how to make
the United States secure in an age of terror, and how to get the economy
to work for all Americans. George W.
After a summer of tending to the grassroots, the Democrats who aspire to
their party's 2004 presidential nomination were busy harvesting support
from key constituencies around Labor Day.
Beating up on neocons used to be a specialize sport without wide appeal. With all due false modesty I offer myself as an early practitioner.
Eyal Press is working on
a book about the abortion wars in Buffalo, New York.
While the national media gaze has fixed upon the battle to move a
two-and-a-half-ton Ten Commandments monument out of view in the state's
judiciary building, Alabama is about to have its most i
Bush's "compassionate conservatism" is a deft--and dishonest--strategy.
Kathy Boudin's parole from Bedford Hills Correctional Facility after
twenty-two years is welcome and overdue.
The giggle factor might propel a Jesse Ventura wannabe into management of the world's sixth-largest economy.
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