Friday, November 19, 2004

“The Republicans didn't just beat them on fear, they clobbered them on hope.”

Insight from the Economist (essential reading for the elite, be they left wing or right wing) on what the Democrats lack, vision:

How have the Republicans succeeded in turning themselves into the party of the future? One answer is that they have been better at reinventing themselves. Over the past quarter of a century, both parties have made concerted attempts to adjust to a period of radical social change—the Republicans under Ronald Reagan in the 1980s and the Democrats under Bill Clinton in the 1990s. But the Republicans have more or less stuck with the Reaganite revolution. The Democrats, on the other hand, have all but forgotten the lessons of Clintonism.

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