Letters: Jun. 9, 2003

How to Build a Better Democrat

Joe Klein hit the nail right on the head in his analysis of what the DEMOCRATIC Party must do to unseat George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election [NATION, May 19]. Democrats should wake up and stand for something instead of always being against things. Until they do, they will probably continue to lose ground to the Republicans. Think what you will about Bush, you can't say he's afraid to state his beliefs and act on them. MARK RIOUX Saco, Maine

Klein's story was witty and perceptive. Yet he missed the point. The real...

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