Monday, April 28, 2008

Reaganism is dead.

The New Republic sports an excerpt of sorts from Sean Wilentz, detailing the shift in U.S. politics from Reaganism and its aftermath to a new form, as yet to be defined.

Interesting article. Long, and chronological in its format, but useful by providing some depth and context to the subject.

The author notes how Bush has managed to end Reagan's legacy, leaving room and desire for something new.

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