Jacob Weisberg

Slate Group

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Editor in Chief of the Slate Group and author of The Bush Tragedy; former columnist for the Financial Times

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One of America's most controversial public intellectuals died last night in a Houston hospital of pneumonia brought on by esophageal cancer. He was 62 years old.

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The presidency of  George W. Bush  began in controversy over whether he got more votes than  Al Gore.

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President Bush delivered his  final State of the Union address  last night to a divided Congress. He got a full complement of standing ovations, but mostly from Republicans.

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