Campaign '04: New Hampshire: Scoping Out the Volunteers

Sure, you could decide whom to vote for by listening to the candidates speak and reading their position papers, but wouldn't it be easier if there were armies of political-science majors who did all the sorting and thinking for you? There are. They're the college-age campaign volunteers in New Hampshire, and if you simply decide which group of them you like best--voila, there's your candidate. As a service guide, we have figured out the volunteers' lifestyles, as defined by where they shop (Banana Republic or Salvation Army?), what they read (Noam Chomsky or the New Republic?) and what music they listen...

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