The Power of Myth

Friday, November 24, 2006


Election-night graphics had barely faded from TV screens before the media rushed in to explain what the vote meant. One narrative was that the Republican base turned against its party because it felt betrayed. Another was that the electorate was registering its disgust with the war. But Washington editor Ana Marie Cox tells Bob that many of those explanations are, in fact, myths.

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