The Next President

Hentoff, Nat; DiIulio, Jr., John J.; Bottum, Joseph
November 2007
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Nov2007, Issue 177, p39
The article presents a reflection on the 2008 United States presidential elections. The article presents the views of three authors that reflect on various issues, including the Democratic Party and the issue of abortion, the issue of poverty and U.S. senator and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and lack of appealing candidates for which to vote.


Related Articles

  • Congenital Lawyer Redux. Alter, Jonathan // Newsweek (Pacific Edition);11/12/2007 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 150 Issue 20, p27 

    The article presents an editorial discussing U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's evasiveness on various issues. The author believes that Clinton is a "flip-flopper" on many issues including U.S. relations with Iran, the impending Social Security problems, and the issuance of driver's...

  • The Crying Game. Crowley, Michael // New Republic;1/30/2008, Vol. 238 Issue 1, p7 

    In this article the author discusses the candidacy of Hillary Clinton as she sought the Democratic Party nomination for the 2008 U.S. presidential election. The author evaluates the impact of Clinton's third place finish in the Iowa caucus and her victory in the 2008 New Hampshire primary. The...

  • Behold the Hillary Haters. Schulte, Bret // U.S. News & World Report;10/8/2007, Vol. 143 Issue 12, p46 

    In this article the author examines the widespread dislike of Hillary Clinton, former first lady and in 2007 candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for president of the United States. The article notes that Clinton has many detractors who have taken measures to criticize her publicly...

  • Teacher and Apprentice. Ambinder, Marc // Atlantic;Dec2007, Vol. 300 Issue 5, p56 

    The article chronicles U.S. Senator Barack Obama's decision to run for president, his campaign and its relationship to U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. The author reports that Obama sought Clinton out early in his career in the Senate. Similarities between the two candidates...

  • '08 Strides and Stumbles. Barnes, James A. // National Journal;11/11/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 45, p88 

    The article investigates the impact of the November 7, 2006 election on presidential candidates of both Democratic Party and Republican Party in the 2008 election. The 2006 election not only gave Democrats plenty to celebrate but also kept the leading contenders for the Republican nomination at...

  • Washington Whispers. Gilgoff, Dan; Green, Elizabeth Weiss; Kaplan, David E.; Parker, Suzi // U.S. News & World Report;12/4/2006, Vol. 141 Issue 21, p14 

    The article discusses recent events in U.S. politics. Kansas Senator Sam Brownback, a conservative Republican, will announce his intention to run for President in 2008 within the month, as will outgoing Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack. New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton's opponents have launched...

  • National Journal Congressional Insiders Poll. Cohen, Richard E.; Bell, Peter // National Journal;4/19/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 16, p9 

    The article presents the results of a survey of U.S. legislators conducted by the publication on which Democratic presidential candidate would do better against Republican John McCain in November 2008. Democrats favor Senator Barack Obama over Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. For Republicans,...

  • Murmurs.  // National Journal;8/11/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 32, p1 

    This article offers updates related to politics and politicians in the U.S. It is rumored that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton's press secretary is top-secret. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be foggy on the number of counties in Massachusetts, but he...

  • Breaking Down the Black Vote. Cloud, John; Padget, Tim // Time; 

    The article focuses on 2008 U.S. presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and the issue of getting support from black voters. It is suggested that black women will be the largest voting group in South Carolina. Included in the article are quotes from black voters on their ideas...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics