The Note's Must-Reads


2008: Obama:

ABC News' Jennifer Parker: "Obama Becomes First Black Democratic Presidential Nominee - The Third African American Senator Since Reconstruction Makes History" LINK

The New York Times' Jeff Zeleny: "Obama Claims Nomination; First Black Candidate to Lead a Major Party Ticket" LINK

The New York Times' Christopher Drew and Leslie Wayne: "Clinton Donor Base Is Obama's Next Prize" LINK

The Washington Post's Dan Balz and Anne E. Kornblut: "Obama Claims Nomination" LINK

The Washington Post's Jonathan Weisman, Shailagh Murray and Peter Slevin: "Strategy Was Based On Winning Delegates, Not Battlegrounds" LINK

The Washington Post's Shailagh Murray: "A Moment of Triumph, With a Little Disbelief" LINK

The Politico's Ben Smith: "Obama locks in Democratic nomination" LINK

The Politico's Roger Simon: "Obama's first test: Handling Hillary" LINK

The Politico's David Paul Kuhn: "Exit polls show challenge for Obama" LINK

The Politico's Martin Kady II and Patrick O'Connor: "Hill Democrats fall in line behind Obama" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Mary Jacoby: "South Dakota Symbolizes Obama's Lingering Woes" LINK

The Boston Globe's Scott Helman: "Obama clinches Democratic nomination" LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Mark Z. Barabak: "How Obama went from underdog to alpha - His charisma, soaring oratory and modern campaign strategy upset the Clinton machine." LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Michael Finnegan and Janet Hook: "Superdelegates surge to Obama - After resisting taking sides, dozens endorse him in choreographed effort to settle his epic battle against Clinton." LINK

The Los Angeles Times' Doyle McManus: "Unity now key for Democrats - Obama may be scarred from the primary battle, but it has left him more prepared for the clashes to come against McCain." LINK

New York Daily News Michael Goodwin: "Barack Obama Must Break With Billary" LINK

New York Daily News' Michael Goodwin: "She Lost, But Obama's Now Gotta Face His Hillary Clinton Problem" LINK

The New York Post's Dick Morris and Eileen McGann: Obama's Iraq Achilles Heel" LINK

The Boston Herald's Jonah Goldberg: "Any Judgment Call Goes Against Obama" LINK

Time Magazine's Mark Halperin: "In Speech, Obama Heals—Then Attacks" LINK

Newsweek's Richard Wolffe: " A Sigh of Relief" LINK

Newsweek's Joanna Klonsky: "Obama's Brains Trust" LINK

2008: Clinton:

The New York Times' Adam Nagourney: "Next on Agenda Is Clinton's Role" LINK

The New York Times' Kate Zernike: "Clinton Discusses What She Wants, but Not What She Will Do" LINK

The New York Times' Maureen Dowd: "She's Still Here!" LINK

The Washington Post's DeNeen L. Brown: "Two Words With a Ring Of Possibility" LINK

The Washington Post's Anne E. Kornblut: "Clinton Ends Primary Season With an Unanswered Question" LINK

The Washington Post's Dana Milbank: "In Defeat, Clinton Graciously Pretends to Win" LINK

The Washington Post's Krissah Williams: "For Clinton, A Following Of 'Marshans'" LINK

The Politico's Ben Smith: "Clinton appears open to VP slot" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Jackie Calmes: "Clinton's Road to Second Place" LINK

The Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozik: "Downhill Traverse: Traveling With the Clinton Camp A Reporter Details Poignant Signposts Of Falling Fortunes" LINK

USA Today's Fredreka Schouten and Martha T. Moore: "Clinton offers praise, does not concede" LINK

The New York Daily News' Thomas M. Defrank: "Wounded, But It's Not the End of Hillary Clinton's Story" LINK

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