The Two Johns

Friday, February 27, 2004

When it comes to policy platforms, the two frontrunners for the Democratic presidential nomination are more similar to each other than they are to any other candidate. But when it comes to style, the gulf between the two Johns opens wide. Voters are still deciding whether to buy into the popular notion of Edwards as "Mr. Likeable" and Kerry as "Mr. Electable," but many reporters have already made up their minds. Brooke speaks with Boston Globe columnist Tom Oliphant, who has been covering Senator Kerry for decades.

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