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My Reading List - November 14, 2008
Pakistan Is Big Test for Obama Wall Street Journal | Gerald Seib predicts that Barack Obama's first true test abroad may come not in Iraq, Afghanistan or Iran but in the very country against whom Obama chose to sound his most hawkish note during the campaign: Pakistan.
Blair Urges Obama to Take the Lead on World Stage Guardian | Tony Blair welcomes Obama to the world stage and urges him to take the lead on the Middle East peace process -- but then throws in some cold doses of reality as well.
What’s Going to Happen in the Minnesota Senate Recount? Red State, Blue State, Rich State, Poor State | Andrew Gelman, co-author of a new book on political demographics, cites an article in progress by three colleagues that suggests that Al Franken may yet have the last laugh.
Right to Work Atlantic: Asymmetrical Information | Megan McArdle talks tough and gets personal about why she's against bailing out the Big Three: "There's one thing we can all agree on," she writes. "For the world to get better, things that don't work have to fail."
McCain Campaign Retrospective National Review: The Corner | Rich Lowry teases what promises to be a fulfilling National Review piece for those still hungering for some Sarah Palin postmortems, including some choice morsels from a Rick Davis interview.

By Ben Pershing  |  November 14, 2008; 8:05 AM ET
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