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March 02, 2005

Rolling Stones Take on MoveOn

Good article on MoveOn at Rolling Stone - its successes (almost non-existent: Dean as DNC head and contributing to changing the social security debate) and failures (too many to count).
"My view of MoveOn is that they're like muscular adolescents," says Rosenberg. "Their body has grown too quickly -- they're going to make mistakes."
Good analogy. MoveOn will turn into a powerful adult when it can figure out how to capture the vitality of the angry left and combine it with appeals to the center of the political spectrum. If it can't accomplish that, it'll be gone as a meaningful force by 2010.

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