Dennis Kucinich

Minority Report
June 07, 2004

Every day, withdrawal from Iraq becomes a little less "unthinkable." Among politicians and pundits, the idea is still largely confined to the usual lefty suspects: Dennis Kucinich, Ralph Nader, Arundhati Roy. But the public is further along. According to this week's Washington Post/ABC News poll, 40 percent of Americans want to get out now, up seven points in the last month. Among Democrats, it is 53 percent.

Southern Exposure
May 19, 2003

Ryan Lizza's 2003 look at the Democratic jockeying in the Palmetto state.

Field Test
May 05, 2003

Ryan Lizza's 2003 piece on the impact of the Iraq War on the Democratic primaries.

Field Test
May 05, 2003

The most depressing place to be on the day Saddam Hussein’s statue fell in Baghdad was probably the ballroom of the Wardman Park Marriott in Washington, D.C. This was the site of the largest Democratic campaign event to take place during the three-week war with Iraq, a candidate forum hosted by the Children’s Defense Fund (CDF).

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