John B. Judis

Why the Obama coalition might still flop.

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Republicans still control one of the key systems of American government.

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How the 22nd Amendment is hurting the country.

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Three reasons San Francisco prevailed over the Detroit Tigers

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The candidates spent almost no time debating the substance of foreign policy.

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Romney’s current China rhetoric isn’t directed at Beijing but at Akron.

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Not only is Romney exaggerating the China threat, but he’s doing so at the expense of more pressing economic and social issues.

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For Romney, talking about the economy means talking about small businesses and the national debt. One problem: Voters don't care.

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Education reformers think fixing schools will fix the economy, but the reverse is more true

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In the twilight years of the New Left, revolutionaries would regularly parse their adversaries’ statements for indications of “objective racism.” Even the slightest irregularity—calling someone’s thoughts “dark”—could unleash a volley of accusations.

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