The Note's Must-Reads


Must Read:

Associated Press: Fidel Castro Resigns Cuban Presidency LINK

Republicans: McCain:

New York Times' Michael Cooper: "A Strong Endorsement for McCain From a Former President" LINK

Washington Post's Michael D. Shear: "Team Forms New Plan for New Fight" LINK

The Arizona Republic's Dan Nowicki: "A McCain cabinet could bear shades of Teddy Roosevelt" LINK

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Steve Schul: "McCain promises to battle 'radical Islamic extremism'" LINK

Associated Press' Stephen Ohlemacher: "McCain Still Short of Nomination" LINK

Republicans: Huckabee:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Dave Umhoefer: "There's more to Huckabee than conservative themes" LINK

ABC News' Kevin Chupka: "Huckabee: 'I May Be Killing My Political Career'" LINK

Democrats: Obama:

Washington Post's Kevin Merida: Obama Wave Stuns Clinton's Black Supporters" LINK

Boston Globe's Susan Milligan: "Obama defends his borrowing of Patrick rhetoric" LINK

Time's Lisa Takeuchi Cullen: "Does Obama Have an Asian Problem?" LINK

New York Times' Norimitsu Onishi: "Candidate Wins Support in the East. No, Farther East" LINK

Newsweek's Richard Wolffe: "Barack's Rock" LINK

New York Sun's Russell Berman: "Obama's Ties to Left Come Under Scrutiny" LINK

Vanity Fair's Todd Purdum: "Raising Obama" LINK

Christian Science Monitor's Amanda Paulson: "Will Wisconsin primary build Obama streak?" LINK

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Steven Walters: "Obama, on eve of vote, says the time is now" LINK

Associated Press' Nedra Pickler: "Obama says borrowed lines not a big deal" LINK

Democrats: Clinton:

New York Times' Jeff Zeleny: "Clinton Camp Says Obama Plagiarized in Speech" LINK

Washington Post's Matthew Mosk and Peter Slevin: "Clinton Steps Up Attacks on Obama" LINK

Politico's Ben Smith: "How Hillary can still win" LINK

Boston Globe's Susan Milligan: "Clinton's struggle vexes feminists" LINK

Washington Times: "Delegate Picking Panel Seems Stacked in Favor of Hillary" LINK

New York Daily News' Michael McAuliff: "Hillary Clinton tries to bag votes with duck tale" LINK

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Alan J. Borsuk: "Clinton aims at the middle class" LINK


New York Times' John M. Broder and Jeff Zeleny: "Democrats Make Populist Appeals Before Contests" LINK

Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Kaufman: "White Men Hold Key for Democrats" LINK

Bloomberg: "Clinton, Obama Chipping Away at One Another's Base of Support" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Nicholas Riccardi and Tom Hamburger: "Clinton and Obama travel a populist route" LINK

Houston Chronicle's Leslie Casimir and Matt Stiles: "The campaigns hit Houston as area's early voting begins" LINK

Associated Press' Mark Niesse: "Obama, Clinton backers rally on eve of Hawaii caucus" LINK

Seattle Times: "Democrats focus on economy" LINK

Early States: Wisconsin:

Politico's Kenneth P. Vogel and Carrie Budoff Brown: "Dem race takes frosty turn in Midwest" LINK

Los Angeles Times' Mark Z. Barabak: "Wisconsin is way station on the primary trail" LINK

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten: "Democrats burrow into Wisconsin, key state on tap" LINK

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Greg J. Borowski: "Decision goes to voters today" LINK


New York Times' Clyde Haberman: "New Yorker in the White House? Seems Like a Long Shot Now" LINK


Edward M. Kennedy: "Forging a negotiated path to Iraq's future" LINK

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