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What If Presidential Candidates Break Out Of The Mold?

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Kevin Carey (on Washington Journal as we speak) has some useful observations about "ED In '08" in his post about the Schwarzenegger / Broad panel yesterday in LA, particularly that the effort, by picking three particular issues, limits itself: "I wonder how ED in 08 will react if a major political candidate puts forth an education agenda that meets the test of seriousness, but doesn't focus on these issues."
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