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Zell Miller

  1. religion
    Why Being Catholic Isn’t Special in Politics AnymoreJoe Biden isn’t appealing to Catholic tradition in his bid to become the second Catholic president. But that’s the American way.
  2. vision 2020
    Democrats Have a Lot of Republicans Speaking Monday NightRepublicans have more often featured apostates at their convention, but Democrats have a bumper crop the first night of the convention.
  3. vision 2020
    Harris Memo Left in Restaurant Gives Her Talking Points Some CirculationWas the memo really “accidentally” left on a restaurant table? We’ll probably never know.
  4. vision 2020
    On Crime Policy, Biden Worked Closely With His Segregationist FriendsThe two story lines most corrosive to Biden’s African-American base of support may be converging.
  5. politics
    Abrams-Kemp Debate Reflected Old Southern Divisions Over Equality and JusticeKemp thinks he can win by labeling Abrams as an “extremist,” but she’s gambling on the state being ready for something new.
  6. 2018 midterms
    I Recall Stacey Abrams’s 1992 ‘Flag Burning.’ It Was a Small, Peaceful Protest.The demonstration that’s surfaced in the Georgia governor’s race was no big deal — other than Abrams being on the right side of history.
  7. No, the HOPE Scholarship Didn’t Kill Great Society LiberalismA provocative op-ed says Zell Miller’s and Bill Clinton’s embrace of merit-based scholarships showed their betrayal of liberalism. I beg to differ.
  8. The Remarkable, Maddening Career of Zell MillerA remembrance of my former boss, a man who zig-zagged through political history.
  9. Doug Jones’s Victory Shows the Way Forward for Democrats in the SouthDoug Jones assembled the same kind of biracial coalition that always worked for southern Democrats, but without being conservative. Get used to it.
  10. early and often
    ‘Republicans for Obama’: Three Members and CountingWhether Obama’s crossover group can create a real movement, or if it becomes simply a poor man’s Joe Lieberman, remains to be seen.