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Friday, November 10, 2000 Volume 66, Issue 59



It is the people who won this election

As I'm writing this column, a winner has not been declared in the presidential election -- but that doesn't matter, because I want to talk about the real winners and losers.

Do as American corporations do

Clinton came to power in a decisive victory over George Bush in 1992 in what Clinton called a "mandate for fundamental change."

Electoral College keeps voters from making mistakes

By now, you've heard a hundred times that this was by far the closest presidential election in four decades. Neglecting the few absentee ballots undoubtedly lost in the mail, fewer than 300,000 votes separated the two candidates for the presidency.

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