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Hail to the Chief

Author: Michael J. Gerson
Washington Post

Michael Gerson discusses Senator Barack Obama being President-elect.

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Clues in the Mist

Author: Michael J. Gerson
The Washington Post

Michael Gerson considers what lies behind stump speeches.

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Casualty of the Surge

Author: Michael J. Gerson
Washington Post

 Michael Gerson writes that "if McCain benefited politically from being correct about the surge, why has Barack Obama not been punished for opposing it?"

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The Irony of Obama

Author: Michael J. Gerson
The Washington Post

Michael Gerson gives his opinion on Senator Barack Obama and the decisions that he has made over the years.

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Ambushed By History

Author: Michael J. Gerson
Washington Post

Michael Gerson considers Senator John McCain's current position in the presidential campaign.

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Is He American Enough?

Author: Peter Beinart
Time Magazine

Peter Beinart writes that "even though Obama is ahead, the attacks have taken their toll."

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The Great Wall of the United States

The Great Wall of the United States

Author: Edward Alden
The Globe and Mail

The next Canadian government must try to nudge the next U.S. administration back to the spirit of the 2001 Smart Border accords, which attempted to balance security and commerce concerns. Edward Alden writes that rebuilding trust between the U.S. and Canada over border issues will be critical for both countries.

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