It’s Leadership, Stupid

A play-on-words from 30 years ago.

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It’s fair to say, by 2021 standards, James Carville’s political campaign tactics from the early 90s might seem docile. However, in the 1992 presidential race — Clinton v. H.W. Bush — he was part of a team whose efforts resulted in more than twice the electoral votes for their candidate. (Carville apparently posted signs around Clinton HQ on different election

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