Nicholas von Hoffman

Political Columnist, The Nation

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Political columnist at The Nation and New York Observer, and author of and A Devil's Dictionary of Business: Monkey Business; High Finance and Low; Money, the Making, Losing, and Printing Thereof; Commerce; Trade; Cleve

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Barack Obama  made a lot of promises during the campaign, then came the crisis in the economy.

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During last night's  Republican debate  in Florida, the only Democrats mentioned were Bill and Hillary Clinton. But the Democratic nomination has yet to be decided.

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