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Americans find certain things familiar on these shores to be challenged overseas: love for peanut butter, Republican politics, and particularly the good old American handshake. A report from abroad on the challenge of kissing Margaret Thatcher.
Where’s the best party in town? Not here, apparently. After corralling an invitation to the Sunday night shindig thrown by the Bush twins, our good-intentioned correspondent learns how the other half lives and plays.
With New York overrun by delegates and helicopters, dragon-burning anarchists and the president’s twin daughters, we present a mid-week survival guide for Republicans confused by the city that never sleeps or says thank you.
His father is known as a cheerful correspondent, while his predecessor just released a thousand-page memoir. How will Dub-Dub be remembered when his papers are collected?
The Democrats have a tight grip on the nation’s attention, especially when no Republican has a chance of beating George Bush for the party’s nomination. But that doesn’t mean some aren’t trying.