by Krissah Thompson onApril 6, 2009
Pundits who examine the president more critically run afoul of those who continue to praise him.
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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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