New online opinion: Governing by anecdote. Class warfare in G.B. Countdown to the Iowa caucuses

Published November 7, 2013 8:56 am
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New on the online Salt Lake Tribune Opinion page this morning:

Dana Milbank on how both sides use anecdotes rather than facts in fight over Obamacare. (Sounds like Dana has fallen into a session of the Utah Legislature.)

Nick Kristof on how slavery is not something just found in period piece movies.

Marc Champion on how class warfare is back in Great Britain. (More material for the next generation of Downton Abby?)

John Kelly gets a lot of response to his earlier column about the problem of getting anything done.


Gail Collins is so excited that we've got 790 days to talk about Chris Christie and the Iowa caucauses.



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