Divided We Stand

In this presidential election year, the country finds itself in the midst of a surprising cultural clash — between the forces loyal to George Bush and those loyal to, yes, Bill Clinton. The battle lines of this domestic cold war will not be found on any campaign ballot, but they do, and will, define America.

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / January 18, 2004

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On a frigid evening three days before Halloween, when Democratic presidential contenders are making earnest pitches to sparse crowds in Iowa and New Hampshire, a throng gathers outside the biggest nightclub in Washington, D.C. A fortress rimmed with police cars, tents, and even concession stands, the club called Dream is awash in spotlights, its entrance cordoned off like the Kodak ... (Full Article: 4776 Words)

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