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The Making (and Remaking) of McCain The New York Times Magazine | This is an intriguing piece by Robert Draper about the inner machinations of the McCain campaign. It has one glaring weakness: McCain himself is nearly absent from the critical moments, particularly Draper's incomplete account of how Sarah Palin was picked as the Veep candidate.
Senator's Image as Reformer Born in Crisis The Washington Post | Here's the latest of Michael Leahy's wonderful pieces on McCain's life, from today's Washington Post.
Is Redistributing Wealth a Bad Thing? You Betcha! Center for American Progress | Scott Lilly for years was the senior Democratic staffer on the House Appropriations Committee. He is smart and provocative. Here he provides a response to the charge of "socialism."
Washington Diarist: The Ballot Blues The New Republic | Here's another smart guy, Leon Wieseltier in The New Republic. Smart people are fun to read.
How Palin Governed National Review | Byron York has been doing real reporting for years. His work appears in conservative publications, but it could appear almost anywhere. This is an interesting example.

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