by Matt Bai
Hardcover, 316 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $25.95 |
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An evaluation of the future prospects and current dilemmas facing the Democratic Party in the aftermath of the 2004 election discusses the roles that are being played by corporations, big money, and bloggers.
October 16, 2007 In his new book, The Argument, New York Times Magazine correspondent Matt Bai chronicles "the first real political movement of the Internet age" and how a new group of Democrats tried to remake their party.
August 20, 2007 In his new book about the Democratic party, Matt Bai, a political reporter for The New York Times Magazine, chronicles what he calls "the first political movement of the Internet age." Yet he argues that although the Democrats have a message machine, they still lack a message.
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