Kerry-Edwards — and Moore?

SARAH A. FRIEDMAN / CORBIS OUTLINE

When John Kerry introduced his running mate last week, he and John Edwards kicked off a partnership that has four months to win enough hearts and minds to put the Democrats back in the White House. But many analysts in the U.S. argue that the election isn't Kerry's to win — it is George W. Bush's to lose. Whenever an American President seeks re-election, the race becomes a referendum on his first term; this year, with the war in Iraq still unfolding and the U.S. electorate so divided, that's especially true. With the Democratic convention just two weeks away, Kerry and...

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