Tampa

The Phony Transgressiveness of 'Tampa'

This summer's big, erotic novel is like 'Lolita' without the charm

Tampa invokes but doesn't challenge the sexual double standards it presents.  

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D.C. changed, but the Washington Post didn't. Can Metro coverage save it now?

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The inside story of the Ronald Reagan hologram:

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Romney is dealing with getting outspent by taking risks in New Hampshire and Iowa.

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Chatting with Rendell on why Hillary will run in 2016, why Cory Booker is the biggest wuss in the party, and how he thinks CNN should be blown up.

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How the mommy wars played out in the first-spouse convention speeches.

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Dozens of workers from Bain-owned companies rallied this week in Tampa to decry the impact of Bain-style capitalism.

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Eastwood's bizarre performance perfectly channeled the free-floating, inchoate animus toward Obama.

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It's very hard to see how Romney wins without Ohio, where Obama just scored a big voting rights win. Did this week's convention help Mitt with that?

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TAMPA—Mitt Romney did what he had to do during this convention. He avoided scandals and untoward incidents, and he gave an acceptance speech that puts him in a good position to run against Barack Obama. There was a downside to the convention, however, that was not visible on television. It pitted Romney against the Republican party’s activist core.

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