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November 10, 2008

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  • Editorials

    A Bad Case of Electuenza

    Incessant cries for help--and money--from people running campaigns are destroying my peace of mind.

    Annabelle Gurwitch

  • Rocking the Black Vote

    Dallas DJ Tom Joyner is encouraging African-American listeners to engage in electoral politics.

    Amy Alexander

  • The Raucous Caucus

    A wave of progressive women candidates could help steer the next Congress in new directions on war and peace, fair trade and civil liberties.

    John Nichols

  • Noted.

    Lucas Mann on new voters, Cole Robertson and Robert Eshelman on ballot initiatives, Katrina vanden Heuvel on the Working Families Party.

    the Editors

  • Swiftboat Blues

    The slumping economy has made GOP smear tactics seem petty and shrill--but they're looking forward to their next shot.

    Ari Berman

  • Democratic Vistas

    As a nation hopeful for change heads to the polls, there is reason to believe progressive voices will be heard.

    the Editors


  • Books and the Arts

    Photo Ops: Josef Koudelka Revisits Prague 1968

    A new book and companion exhibition highlight a Czech photographer's stunning snapshots of the Soviet invasion of Prague.

    Megan Buskey

  • The Searchers

    Tribalism is in vogue among conservative Middle East scholars. But a better understanding comes from investigating regional ties rather than sectarian divisions.

    Moustafa Bayoumi

  • Film Threat

    Richard Deming

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