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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 19, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, November 12)
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on Scaife, is recently eager to endear himself to the former president. While Scaife isn't ready to sign on to Hillary's campaign-he's still a Republican. But Scaife's lawyer, Yale Gutnick, says Bill Clinton and Richard Mellon Scaife are now members of a "mutual admiration society."

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CRIME: "Arthur Bremmer Is Alone" (p. 32). Miami Bureau Chief Arian Campo- Flores and Correspondent Catharine Skipp report that Arthur Bremmer's release from prison-where he behaved well enough to shave 17.5 years off his 53-year sentence for the attempted assassination of Alabama Gov. George Wallace-raises unique concerns. Whether he retains any homicidal tendencies 35 years after his crime remains a mystery, especially since he refused any mental health evaluation or treatment during his confinement.

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POLITICS: "The Kingmaker's New Subject" (p. 33). Within the cultural force of evangelicalism, there are three approaches to politics, represented by three personalities. They are the prophet -- James Dobson, the priest -- Rev. Billy Graham, and the kingmaker -- Pat Robertson, Michael Gerson writes. "Robertson's public endorsement of Giuliani last week surprised many. It should not have. His predisposition has always been to influence Republican politics from the inside. ... But Robertson's endorsement of a pro-choice candidate has exposed deep political fault lines within religious conservatism."

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PROJECT GREEN: "'It's All About Energy, Stupid!'" (p. 34). San Francisco Bureau Chief Karen Breslau reports that the presidential candidates, it seems, have figured out what venture capitalists and entrepreneurs have known for years: green is Topic A. This year's campaign buzzword is "e
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