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

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POLITICS: "How They Have Lost" (p. 28). Senior Writer and Political Correspondent Jonathan Darman reports on how resilient Bill and Hillary Clinton can be in the face of political losses. In their 35 years in public life, Bill and Hillary Clinton's list of Election Day losses is impressively short. Their setbacks brought out the dark side in both Clintons. But they have also shown a remarkable capacity to learn from their mistakes, to reinvent themselves and live for another day. The remaining days of the 2008 race may well be shaped by lessons learned in past moments of electoral despair.

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INTERNATIONAL: "Island of Failed Promises" (p. 31). Latin America Regional Editor Joseph Contreras reports on the stepping down of Fidel Castro and the effect on younger Cubans who often identify "Fidelismo" with hardship. Raised on a relentless diet of anti-imperialist harangues and exhortations to ever- greater sacrifice, millions of young Cubans want the regime to cut the rhetoric and make tangible improvements in their daily lives.

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MIDDLE EAST: "Good for the Jews?" (p. 32). Senior Editor Michael Hirsh and Deputy Washington Bureau Chief Dan Ephron report that as the race between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama has sharpened in recent months, other Clinton campaign operatives have sent around negative material about Obama's relations with Israel, according to e-mails obtained by Newsweek. Aides to Obama say they have little evidence of an organized Clinton plan to turn Jewish voters away from him.

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