A Sense Of Where You're Not

Bill Bradley wants to run a better sort of campaign, and he has. It just might not be a winning one

For one sunny day last week, aides to Bill Bradley could still persuade themselves that their man had a good chance to win the nomination from Al Gore. After a lousy start--aimless events in New Hampshire, a botched debate in Iowa, sliding poll numbers just about everywhere--Bradley enjoyed an epiphany of sorts on Wednesday, and some of his advisers thought it might be the turning point he needed. It happened in New Hampshire, when a working mother with no health insurance described how her son had come down with strep throat and then apologized to her as she wrote out a...

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