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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/May 19, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, May 12, 2008)
Date:5/11/2008

COVER: "The O Team" (p. 20). Senior White House Correspondent Richard Wolffe examines Barack Obama's campaign team, looking at the presidential candidate's leadership and management style and how they're all getting ready for the coming mud war with John McCain and the Republicans. Obama's advisers insist that the race will be about the big issues because there are stark contrasts between the candidates over Iraq and the economy. They're also ready for attacks from another "527" group, like the Swift Boat veterans who went after John Kerry in 2004. Kerry failed to quickly strike back. The Obama team says it will not make the same mistake. "You fight back aggressively and play jujitsu," says David Plouffe, Obama's campaign manager.
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JONATHAN ALTER: "Now On to Florigan!" (p. 29). Senior Editor and Columnist Jonathan Alter writes that one of the hidden factors pushing superdelegates away from Hillary Clinton is "Florigan" or "Michida" -- "or whatever we should call these scofflaw states that moved up their primaries in defiance of party rules. Out of desperation, Hillary is putting all her chips on the injustice done to Floridians and Michiganders, even though she said early in the process that their votes 'shouldn't count.' Never mind the hypocrisy here." The problem for Hillary, Alter writes, is that party officials in the other 48 states "don't give a rat's patootie about seating Florida and Michigan. In fact, they're angry at those states for jumping the line, then whining about it."

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INTERVIEW: "After 60 Years, No Peace Yet" (p. 32). Special Diplomatic Correspondent Lally Weymouth, on the 60
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