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Election 2004

Election 2004 news and analysis from The Nation

  • July 2, 2003

  • June 12, 2003

    Taking Back America

    As America's jobless rate hit a nine-year high and after-the-fact analyses of the Republican tax plan revealed that the Bush Administration and its allies in Congress had denied child tax credi

    The Editors

  • May 29, 2003

    The Vision Thing

    The early-bird presidential campaign is under way among Democrats with the usual characteristics.

    The Editors

  • May 8, 2003

    Dean’s No Wellstone

    Lately, presidential contender Howard Dean has been likening himself to the late Senator Paul Wellstone.

    Jim Farrell

  • April 10, 2003

    The War Democrats

    The Democratic Leadership Council, the lost-inside-the-Beltway group that last fall championed the disastrous Democratic strategy of cozying up to the Bush Administration on military issues whi

    John Nichols


  • March 13, 2003

    The Vision Primary

    The presidential contest has begun, as usual, with the "money primary," in which major donors choose their favorites and weed out other candidates, long before any citizen has an opportunity to

    The Editors

  • March 13, 2003

    Meet The Nation: Howard Dean

    Seen as the antiwar candidate, he shies away from being called a liberal.

    David Corn

  • February 20, 2003

    Kucinich’s Antiwar Bid

    Three days after he sued the President to force a Congressional vote on whether to attack Iraq, and one day after hundreds of thousands of antiwar demonstrators in New York cheered his call to

    John Nichols

  • January 30, 2003

    On the Democratic Presidential Race

    It now seems clear, from what we hear,
    That Gary Hart will reappear.
    (He ran well once, but then he slipped;
    He couldn't keep his trousers zipped.)

    Calvin Trillin

  • January 30, 2003

    Racing Into 2004

    Arnie Arnesen does not know exactly when the political wind shifted. It might have been on the day Trent Lott was forced to step down as Senate majority leader.

    John Nichols