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SHRIBMAN | The colors of politics
For the Republicans it is still autumn -- so many colors, so many candidates, that there is no discernible pattern, no dominant pigment. For the Democrats it is deep winter -- forbiddingly cold, and black and white, no grays.
Monday, December 1st 2014, 3:51 pm EST
By David M. Shribman
WDRB Contributor from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
NORTH CONWAY, N.H. -- In autumn, the faraway hills here are so ablaze with color -- shimmering reds, deep oranges -- that no single hue or tint stands out. But in winter, the North Country becomes a portrait in black and white, and this November, the contrasts already seem to have sharpened.
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