By the time you read this, the 2008 elections will be history. A new president will be preparing for a January inauguration, and the makeup of the new Congress will be known. The country’s future direction will be coming into focus—but it will not be crystal clear.To many, having the electoral votes tallied and putting an end to the contentious election season will be a relief. Some people will be feeling victorious; others will be feeling deflated. But everyone will need to stay tuned into ...
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