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Posted by Mark on September 27, 2002

The New Republic on algore

Once again the center left magazine gets it right on the Democratic party, and most especially algore.

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Posted by Mark on September 27, 2002

A Voice From The Past

Victor Davis Hanson teaches the classics. Here is a wonderful look at the present through the eyes of an ancient Greek general, Thucydides. Tough reading, but well worth it. This essay was originally published on 11/27/01.

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Posted by Mark on September 27, 2002

Dick Morris on algore

Once again Dick Morris proves himself one of the most astute political analysts in the country.

Here’s my favorite quote:

The way to get a Democrat to destroy his own chances of winning is to get his liberal constituency hot and angry and lead it to demand that its representatives stand up and be counted for a liberal, unpopular position. It was just such a quandary that led Mike Dukakis into his famous opposition to the death penalty in the 1988 election and that enticed Hillary ever leftward on health care in 1994.

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