Sympathy for the Undecided Voter Tragedy struck Sarah as a child when she couldn't pick a single color crayon. In college, she couldn't rate Hegel or Marx. She went nuts when offered caffeinated or decaf coffee. Now the 2004 election: she loses it. Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin offer a dramatic portrait of indecision.
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Tragedy struck Sarah as a child when she couldn't pick a single color crayon. In college, she couldn't rate Hegel or Marx. She went nuts when offered caffeinated or decaf coffee. Now the 2004 election: she loses it. Satirists Bruce Kluger and David Slavin offer a dramatic portrait of indecision.