By Howard Zinn • The Nation • June 21, 2004
Schell talks of “the political reality that no antiwar candidate of modern times has ever made it into the White House.” This is a mantra of the Democratic Leadership Council, and an argument for having only prowar candidates, on pragmatic grounds. But even on those grounds it is wrong.
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