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New York Times
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-Let's Not, and Say We Did
I shuddered only once while watching Barack Obama's speech last Tuesday.
It wasn't when he posed the rhetorical questions: "Why associate myself with
Reverend Wright in the first place, they may ask? Why not join anotherchurch?"

-A.P.'s Death Toll for Iraq War Reaches 4,000
BAGHDAD (AP) -- A roadside bomb killed four U.S. soldiers in Baghdad onSunday, the military said, pushing the overall American death toll in thefive-year war to at least 4,000. The grim milestone came on a day when atleast 61 people were killed across the country death toll in the five-yearwar to at least 4,000. The grim milestone came on a day when at least 61people were killed across the country.

-Clinton Backer Points to Electoral College Votes as New Measure
Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana, who backs Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton forpresident, proposed another gauge Sunday by which superdelegates might judgewhether to support Mrs. Clinton or Senator Barack Obama.

Washington Post
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-Democrats' Obama Dilemma
Barack Obama's speech last week, hastily prepared to extinguish the firestorm over the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, won critical praise for style andsubstance but failed politically. By elevating the question of race inAmerica, the front-running Democratic presidential candidate has deepenedthe dilemma created by his campaign's success against the partyestablishment's anointed choice, Hillary Clinton.

Miami Herald
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Cuban youths offer rare insightsFrom Havana, the young men and women tell of a rift between the older generation that leads the island's regime and an increasingly frustrated younger

Fort Report
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-Pressure Grows on Democrats to Unite
WASHINGTON - Democrats came under mounting pressure Sunday to close ranksbehind a single candidate, as Hillary Clinton faces dwindling mathematicalpossibilities of defeating Barack Obama for her party's nod for the WhiteHouse.

-Retired general calls Obama patriot
Rhetoric heats up over remark by Bill Clinton,1,4707447.story

-Polls suggest Obama rebounding from pastor flap
It's been a bad few weeks for Barack Obama - losses in Ohio and Texas, majorpoll deficits in Pennsylvania and, of course, the first mega-controversy ofhis presidential run, over the controversial comments by his pastor, Rev.Jeremiah Wright.


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