The Trail: A Daily Diary of Campaign 2008


Today at The Post

Sunday Morning Reading

From The Washington Post:

  • Alec MacGillis: Economic Crisis Boils Down Democratic Message
  • Rosalind S. Helderman: Election Turnout Falls Short Of Forecasts
  • Tod Lindberg: The Center-Right Nation Exits Stage Left
  • David S. Broder: Trending Away from the GOP
  • Chris Cillizza: 5 Myths About an Election of Mythic Proportions
  • Fredrick Kunkle: With Hotels Across the Area Booked, Inauguration Revelers Look to the Great Outdoors

    And elsewhere:

  • Jeff Zeleny, New York Times: Say Goodbye to BlackBerry? Yes He Can, Maybe
  • Lisa Lerer, Politico: Will men dominate Obama's Cabinet?
  • Ron Suskind, New York Times Magazine: How Political Eras Begin and End

    Posted at 9:55 AM ET on Nov 16, 2008  | Category:  Today at The Post
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