Politics

July 10, 2008 11:00 AM

Democrats take Obama shift in stride

As Barack Obama moves to broaden his appeal beyond loyal Democrats, a chorus of anger and disappointment has arisen from the left. But those voices are a distinct minority because the party has a more pressing concern: winning in November.

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