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michael098762001 Donating Member (39 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-05-05 04:28 PM
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50. Re: Re:Uh oh...
Good debate on foreign policy, national security and domestic issues from dove Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation, Michael Tomasky, editor of the liberal magazine, The American Prospect, more of a hawk, and Peter Beinert, editor of the center-right, quite hawkish New Republic.
This appears to be an edited condensation. Look to the lefthand side of the webpg. for audio links
to the full dialogue to listen but, turn off your pop-up blocker to allow the NYT Real Player.

URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/06/books/review/006LIBER...
March 6, 2005
ROUNDTABLE
Left Behind

Peter Beinart, the editor of The New Republic; Michael Tomasky, the executive editor of The American
Prospect; and Katrina vanden Heuvel, the editor of The Nation, are three leading voices for
liberalism today. Now, following the re-election of George W. Bush, and with the continuing dominance
of Republicans in Congress, the politics they stand for is arguably more embattled than at any time
since 1933 and Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. Barry Gewen, an editor at the Book Review, asked the
three editors to discuss and debate the present state of liberalism in America, and its future.

Why has ''liberal'' become a dirty word for so many Americans today?
<SNIP>
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