America as a whole is more diverse than ever before, but it’s increasingly crowded with cities—even neighborhoods--where everybody thinks like everybody else. What does that mean for the presidential campaigns? Is "political unification" a distant dream? Also, an update on a sluggish economy, and the life and death of Albert Hofman, who accidentally discovered LSD and started the "psychedelic generation."
Presidential Politics in a Changing America
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A Recession Despite Economic Growth?
Just yesterday, President Bush refused to use the word " recession ," which traditionally means two consecutive quarters of economic decline. Today, the government reported...