by Omar Wasow onDecember 15, 2008
How Obama tapped netizens to transform American politics.
by Lynne Duke onDecember 15, 2008
Obama's unique background helped him break through shackles most of us didn't even realize we wore.
by Dayo Olopade onDecember 15, 2008
Black voters at the helm of the nation's solid leftward turn.
by Terence Samuel onDecember 8, 2008
In his most wide-ranging policy interview since he was elected, Obama rambled extensively on the economy, the troubles in Southeast Asia, the US-Russian relationship, the terms under which the U.S. should engage Iran and his plan to bring jazz and poetry to the White House.
by Jack White onNovember 24, 2008
As he demonstrated during his campaign, Obama is a one-of-a-kind political leader confronting a unique political challenge. Trying to fit him into established paradigms obscures our understanding of the task that confronts him. We need to see both the man and the situation anew, guided by history but not shackled by it.
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