Thursday, January 06, 2005

Year-in-Review 8
Fred Barnes reviews the massive gains made by Republicans in the '04 election, with dismal predictions for the future of the Dems. Not too harsh, but a good analysis of the year.

William Pfaff reviews the year in fanaticism.

John Gaddis (yes, he's a Yale professor) commends President Bush's first four years of foreign policy, but demands midcourse corrections that he calls "long overdue."

Walter Shapiro criticizes the speed with which the Dems have tried to run back to the drawing board. Not quite a year in review, but still important.

Suzanne Fields covers the same topic as Barnes (above) with much less insight, but adds a bit of information. Adam Nagourney offers more analysis in the NYT.

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