Michael Kinsley

Columnist, Time magazine

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Columnist for Time magazine

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Barack Obama  has been talking about "change" since the outset of his presidential campaign.  After  he won  the Iowa caucuses,  other candidates  began using the word so often it's…

Presidental Politics and the Promise of Change

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