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  • How to Turn Your Red State Blue

      Last fall, I spent seven weeks in the suburbs of Madison, Wisconsin, canvassing undecided voters for John Kerry. Driving back one day from a long session pounding the pavement, our car passed two young Mormon missionaries on bicycles. They were dressed in their standard garb: Grim but oddly stylish black suits, white shirts, skinny ties and backpacks, all of which were getting soaked in the rain as they struggled up a hill, standing on their pedals for extra leverage.
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  • Give 'Em Heck, Howard!

    The Mean Doc Dean Method to a healthier U.S.A.
      Oh, dear me. Oh, be still my trembling heart. Oh, will this nightmare never end? Oh, golly. Once again, nice Democrats across the land feel like they have to do a bow-and-shuffle for something party chair Howard Dean said. Oh gosh, how could he have uttered something so not 100 percent accurate?
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    Predictions for a Crucial Year (2004)
      NEW YORK--People say it every December but for once it's true: the year ahead will be a crucial one for America. The 2004 elections will offer voters a discrete choice between two possible futures, each offering benefits and pitfalls. Should the Republicans and Bush prevail, the radical reforms enacted under his first term--a shift of power away from Congress toward an increasingly imperious presidency, the transition from European-influenced secular democracy to Third World-style theocratic police state, perpetual war--will take on an air of institutional permanence. The neoconservatives' vision of the United States (aggressive, unilateral, despised and feared) will slowly but surely replace the 20th century ideal of the American nation (strong yet slow to anger, generous, democratic and freedom-loving).
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