Wednesday, November 23, 2005

A “hunger to build”

Adam Frankel, a junior speechwriter for the Kerry campaign, lists the top ten political lessons he learned (of the idealistic kind). There’s nothing exactly new here, but they’re worth reading because some of them get forgotten. For instance: “Anger is not enough.” And how about: “There’s a big difference between mudslinging and drawing a contrast.”

Of course the most important lesson for me was: “The world is run by 20-somethings.” Well, I’ve still got a few years!


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