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A 'Southern strategy' for Democrats

Winning without the religious right

By Curtis Wilkie
February 8, 2004

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OXFORD, Miss. When Howard Dean made his crack about appealing to "guys with Confederate flags on their pickup trucks," he invoked a stereotype of the South that sounded as irrelevant as it was politically incorrect. Some good ol' boys still roam the back roads in clapped-out Fords brandishing a bumper plate with the stars and bars and, for good measure, ... (Full Article: 1649 Words)

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