Monday, October 20, 2003

NY Times: Clark Skips Iowa's Caucuses
What we'll do is what I call the General MacArthur strategy,' a senior Clark adviser said. 'General MacArthur was very successful in World War II because he skipped over the Japanese strongholds, where they were more organized, and instead picked islands that were favorable or neutral terrain. Which means we would choose not to focus resources on Iowa and instead focus them on New Hampshire and on Feb. 3,' when there are Democratic contests in seven states.

Michael J. Ring: Why Iowa Doesn't Matter.

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