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It's as American as apple pie

By Julian E. Zelizer
March 21, 2004

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Before every presidential campaign, hand-wringing pundits wonder whether candidates will sink to new depths of political mud-slinging. Already, 2004 is being touted as, potentially, one of the worst campaigns on record. Caught between rumors of intern mistresses and deliberately "outed" spies, some among us may yearn for simpler times, when politics was a cleaner sport. (Full Article: 724 Words)

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