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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/January 21, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, January 14)
Date:1/13/2008

al failure or defeat I might take ... I said at the time I could outcampaign anybody, and I think we did that in New Hampshire," McCain tells Newsweek.

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LIVING POLITICS: "No Room for Rudy" (p. 46). Senior Political Correspondent Howard Fineman writes that, "Rudy Giuliani sees Florida as his Cape Canaveral: the launching pad for his better-later-than-never campaign." "But that's where the good news ends for Giuliani," Fineman writes. "Even if Florida might be congenial territory, the ideological lay of the land in his party is not. Of the three groups that compose the modern GOP-hawks, who want an aggressive foreign policy; evangelicals, who fret about family values, and tax cutters, who think government asphyxiates economic growth-Rudy has yet to find a home in one."

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BETWEEN THE LINES: "Is Penn Mightier Than Axe?" (p. 49). Senior Editor and Columnist Jonathan Alter profiles the chief strategists for the Clinton and Obama campaigns. "Hillary's man Penn is a pollster by profession and the quintessential Beltway guy. Obama's 'Axe,' who has been with him since the early 1990s, is a hardheaded reformer who made his reputation as a media consultant with TV ads focused on character. Penn's weapon is his brain; Axelrod's is his gut," Alter writes. "I'm not a big believer in the idea of presidential candidates as creatures of their handlers ... But in an age of James Carville and Karl Rove, it helps to know a little something about the chief strategists in the candidates' corners."

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BUSINESS: "The Economy Sucks. But Is It '92 Redux?" (p. 52). Senior Editor and Columnist Daniel Gross reports that America's faltering economy may be the deciding factor in the 20
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