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Thursday, February 19, 2004  

Although two or three of the candidates might quibble, possibly the biggest loser in the primaries so far is organized labor. Wes Clark won more states this year than labor's two darlings, Dean and Gephardt. John Edwards, friend of the workin' man, is quitely winning the hearts of workers who feel disquieted by the wealth and corporate connections of the John Kerry. And Kerry, meanwhile, has been picking up the lion's share of labor's subsequent re-endorsements--which probably dooms him to a surprising upset.

Used to be that labor endorsements meant something--at least in Democratic primaries. What's up?

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