Monthly Archives: February 2008

Dealing With the New World

Okay, it’s not 1968, and that was one strange year. Four years ago, David Aaronovitch, in the Observer (UK), was saying that year was 1968: The year ended, not with an anti-war Democrat, but with Richard Nixon in the White … Continue reading

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Almost Major League

It seems the twentieth Democratic primary debate was testy, and it was in Cleveland. That’s a dismal place, and the proper setting for a great baseball movie – you know, the one about the triumph of a merry band of … Continue reading

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