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2014/11/24 15:28
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Editor's note:Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and a New America fellow. He is the author of "Jimmy Carter" and the forthcoming book, "The Fierce...
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2014/11/24 15:08
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... small, necessary advantages needed to win a series of football games, rather than establish a "Great Society" built on the neo-Lombardian philosophical vision of some career defensive...
2014/11/24 13:14
2014/11/24 13:14
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Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results, they say in the finance industry. In politics, you can almost always drop the "not." The past tells us what Republicans are prone to...
2014/11/23 06:07
2014/11/23 06:07
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It was a real delight for me to learn that the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled in a 21-year-old case that poor rural school districts have not received adequate financial resources to provide...
2014/11/23 05:42
2014/11/23 05:42
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... created to sustain those who depend on some form of public assistance? "New Deal" (and "Great Society") programs were created for reasons that are still viable. Despite Myer's nostalgia...
2014/11/21 01:57
2014/11/21 01:57
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... Denotes events that are $15 or less One of the most anticipated theater events is actually the arrival of two plays penned by Seattle resident Robert Schenkkan. His “All the Way” and “The Great...
2014/11/19 14:28
2014/11/19 14:28
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Editor's note: On Thursday, November 20, at 9 p.m. ET, Emmy-nominated director Andrew Rossi presents the CNN Film "Ivory Tower," which paints an urgent portrait of a great American institution at a...
2014/11/19 05:50
2014/11/19 05:50
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... drowning and you’re describing the water,” says the troubled Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson) in exasperation at some well-meant but useless commentary. — “As Good as It Gets,” directed by James L....
2014/11/17 13:28
2014/11/17 13:28
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Editor's note:Julian Zelizer is a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University and a New America fellow. He is the author of "Jimmy Carter" and the forthcoming book, "The Fierce...
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2014/11/14 01:20
2014/11/14 01:20
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The United States has struck a Faustian bargain for the childish thrill of global leadership. It has traded away the U.S. Constitution’s separation of powers, individual liberty and limited...
2014/11/12 23:09
2014/11/12 23:09
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial; Colorado Senator Gary Hart; and Donna Rice, whose relationship with Hart brought down his 1988 presidential campaign (Left, Carolyn Kaster/AP; Top Right, Michael...
2014/11/12 10:09
2014/11/12 10:09
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... were at the center of a symposium held Monday in Boston to take stock of Johnson's "Great Society" initiatives and to unite social service agencies, government officials, academic...
2014/11/12 00:05
2014/11/12 00:05
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The author William Doyle caused a stir last week with reports about his finding of White House Situation Room recordings of President Ronald Reagan making telephone calls to foreign leaders. The...
2014/11/09 09:02
2014/11/09 09:02
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Members of the Register Editorial Board offer perspectives on what last week’s elections portend for the United States and for Orange County. NATIONAL For a brief and shining moment – from Tuesday...
2014/11/09 06:07
2014/11/09 06:07
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There is no end to the whining from Democratic activists after a rotten election, and no end to finger pointing after legislative defeats on contentious questions. This story in the Washington Post is...
2014/11/08 05:05
2014/11/08 05:05
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A Short History For some time now I have been contemplating writing a piece concerning social democracy and liberalism. My ideas are based on a life-long journey looking from the outside in. As a...
2014/11/06 16:53
2014/11/06 16:53
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Pity the American people for imagining that they have just elected the new Congress. In a formal way, they of course have. The public did vote. But in a substantive way, it's not true that they have...
2014/11/06 13:48
2014/11/06 13:48
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Way back in 2012, during that simpler, gentler time for liberals and Democrats, President Barack Obama secured a second term in the White House by clearly defeating former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt...
2014/11/05 17:08
2014/11/05 17:08
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WASHINGTON -- The Republican debate about the shape of the political future has begun, typically for conservatives, as a fight about the past. As President Obama has become a Jimmy Carter-like figure...
2014/11/05 13:45
2014/11/05 13:45
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WASHINGTON -- In his Capitol Hill office, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) proudly displays an oil painting of his state’s most famous senator, Henry Clay, “The Great Pacificator” and unifying statesman...
2014/11/24 15:28
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