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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/December 10, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, December 3).
Date:12/2/2007

totally ethical," but has never disclosed all of his clients, raising inevitable questions about financial ties that face all presidential candidates. Some campaign-finance experts say Giuliani's current posture-maintaining a major interest in a privately held international firm while seeking the presidency-is potentially unprecedented.

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JONATHAN ALTER: "Dubuque's Got the 'Joe Mo'!" (p. 45). Senior Editor and Columnist Jonathan Alter writes that there may still be chance for a white male Democrat to get the party's nod. "If [Hillary] Clinton and [Barack] Obama were arguing about anything other than experience, it wouldn't be possible for [Joe] Biden, Chris Dodd or Bill Richardson to get the slightest traction, even with a better-than-expected finish," he writes. "But by staking her claim on her preparation for the White House, Clinton has kicked off a fuller discussion on what constitutes real qualifications. Experience usually counts for nothing in presidential politics ... , but this time a 'double E' candidate-experience and electability-could at least become a factor. After Iowa, the surviving white guy in a shrunken field will get a chance to stress his record, especially when the usual 'buyers' remorse' sets in about the front runner."

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TIP SHEET: "Start Your Planning Now" (p. 105). Contributing Editor Jane Bryant Quinn reports on the fate of the alternate minimum tax and offers tips on how to help save money this tax season. Tax professionals are already advising clients to include the proposed AMT change in their estimated tax payments for the year. They also recommend tips such as adding year-end cash to retirement plans and investing in a flexible spending account at work.


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