General Interest(s) Media

Friday, September 26, 2003

Much of the media seemed to greet General Wesley Clark with a red carpet when he entered the presidential race last week. But judging from the subsequent coverage of Clark in the major dailies, it didn't take long for reporters and pundits to yank the carpet from under him. National Journal media columnist Bill Powers tells Bob why he thinks the General's sudden top-dog status could spell his downfall.

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