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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/March 3, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, February 25)
Date:2/24/2008

suade voters, particularly conservative ones, that he had been "smeared" by the New York Times, McCain may have dissembled a bit or misstated the facts. Newsweek spoke to two close associates of the candidate who claimed that McCain had been warned to stay away from Iseman in 1999. (It's unclear whether these associates, who did not want to be named publicly crossing McCain, are the same sources the Times cited.) One of the sources tells Newsweek that he had confronted McCain about the relationship with Iseman, though in that meeting there was no explicit reference to a sexual affair. Neither source had evidence of an intimate relationship.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/114819

JONATHAN ALTER: "Hillary Should Get Out Now" (p. 25). Senior Editor and Columnist Jonathan Alter writes that Hillary Clinton should bow out of the race now, in a graceful exit, and endorse Barack Obama. "Imagine if she drew a distinction between 'never quit' as it applies to fighting Kenneth Starr and the Republicans on the one hand, and fellow Democrats on the other? Imagine if she had, well, the imagination for a breathtaking act of political theater that would make her seem the epitome of grace and class and party unity, setting herself up perfectly for 2012 if Obama loses?"

http://www.newsweek.com/id/114725

SHARON BEGLEY: "How Your Brain Looks at Race" (p. 26). Science Columnist Sharon Begley writes that the primaries and caucuses have produced real-world evidence that race may matter much less than it once did. But Barack Obama himself doesn't believe America is "post racial." He recognizes that the country's legacy of racism is too deep to be eradicated overnight, or even over the course of his campaign. Nevertheless, Obama has said, voters are judging candidates on their ability to fix health care, foreign policy, the economy and education,
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