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Obama Says GM, Chrysler Have Last Chance to Survive Bloomberg | Obama says companies can't survive as "wards of the state."
Wagoner Retains His Optimism as He Bows Out New York Times | Wagoner predicts company will survive and thrive. Either way, he won't be around to see it.
What Happened in NH? AAPOR's Answer Pollster.com | Mark Blumenthal explains a new and long-awaited report on why the pre-primary polling in New Hampshire was so wrong.
Why the Democrats Can't Govern New Republic | Jonathan Cohn worries that Democrats in Congress will sabotage Obama, just as they did Clinton and Carter before him.
The Return of Weakness Weekly Standard | Reuel Marc Gerecht says Obama's offer of respectful relations to the Iranians will not be returned in kind.
Government Forces Out Wagoner at GM Wall Street Journal | Obama takes a surprisingly tough stance with automakers. What other CEOs out there are worried this morning?
America the Tarnished New York Times | Krugman says the U.S. economy is no longer the role model for anyone, and probably shouldn't have been in the first place.
Obama Learns Whether European Allure Will Pay Afghan Dividends Bloomberg | Obama plans to use G-20 trip to lobby for more help in Afghanistan.
Nate Silver: It's the President, Stupid Esquire | Democrats' performance in the midterms will depend largely on Obama's approval ratings next November.
Lean Times for the Anti-War Movement CQ Politics | Groups finding it tough to raise money since Obama's election.

By Ben Pershing  |  March 30, 2009; 3:00 PM ET
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