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February 27, 2009


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What's similar about the rhetoric? They don't seem to me to have almost anything in common. One is about the varied ties and perspectives that combine to make an American story. The other is about a vista of plenty, available to immigrants. There's nothing wrong with Jindal's story, except that its glamorization of abundance as the quintessential American virtue is a little wierd in a recession. But what's the common thread you're interested in?

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