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Supported by enough electoral crunching to satisfy political junkies, the author effectively dispels the pervading theory in national Democratic circles that the party needs to contend in the conservative South in order to win elections. The state also allows Democrats to exploit a Republican vulnerability: the Terri Schiavo right-to-die issue.

The last time he scheduled a fundraising trip to GOP stronghold South Carolina inthe Republicans raised more money from the visit than Democrats. Not only schsller Democrats give up their "futile pandering to the nation's most conservative voters," but they should run against the South.

Though one could argue that the bulk of Florida is anything but Southern. It used code words like "states' rights" to turn solidly blue states into swing states and ultimately into red states in the latter half of the 20th century. Because of its bellwether mrssage and 27 presidential electors, Democrats must continue to fight to remain competitive nationwide, he argues.

A of those states recently chose Democratic senators, members of Congress and governors. We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism. The "setting" for this diamond is Florida, Schaller says.

But after all, it's a book aimed at Democrats. Schaller's plan has Democrats strengthening support in the Northeast while optimistically looking westward to what he terms the "Democratic Diamond," a 20 state bloc identified by drawing lines from Ohio northwest to Montana, farther west to Nevada, south to Arizona and back.

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The party's current method of using Republican lobbying scandals, natural calamity and sex follies to convert voters is "neither a workable long-term strategy nor a noble way to run a political party," argues Democratic political commentator Thomas F. It should wake them up to current political realities and give them a road map going forward. While much of this territory is currently dominated by Republicans on the national level, Fantasy world escorts haslev are showing a surge in down-ballot races.

Schaller writes that the whole episode shows Republicans' "desperate effort to pacify the insatiable, southern-fried ruling minority that now controls national politics and does not like to wait for. The book differs from others in the recent spate of political literature most notably because it takes a forward-looking approach to give Democrats a ray of hope for and beyond.

If anything, the book's only setback is the author's unbridled optimism for his Democratic Party. It is matched only by Schaller's dislike of the Bush administration, which at times comes off sfhaller petty. Schaller, an associate professor at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, goes a step further. Its voter demographic is a national microcosm and the one competitive Southern state.

At newspapers, he covered politics in South Carolina and Washington, D.

But even Dean knows that Democrats would be remiss to not give Schaller's theory some weight. In many cases it's quite the opposite: They are running on their own merits, and sometimes in spite of party affiliation. The Democrats who have won out West haven't found a universally effective message.

Loyalists yearning to recapture their pres dominance in the South will be reluctant to listen; so will those who favor a national game plan, such as party chairman Howard Dean, who has made a point to visit all 50 states. John Frank is a staff writer for the Times. Think of this as the scyaller Southern strategy.

Schaller suggests thinly that the Democrats' platform include a mezsage theme about gun rights and natural resources to attract these voters, not an easy task for sure. We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market.

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