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James Carroll

Obama's three challenges

By James Carroll
September 29, 2008

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AFTER THE GREAT squandering of the Bush years, Barack Obama's campaign for the presidency should feel like a shoo-in, but even his diehard supporters are nervous. Polls are trending his way, yet he can't shake an air of vulnerability. No matter how objective conditions of the political realm worsen, from Wall Street to Pakistan, Democrats are as anguished about Obama's ... (Full article: 707 words)

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