November 3, 2012

Morning in America or Sunrise in Beijing?

Daily Telegraph, Daily Telegraph

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The coming week will be among the most remarkable in political history. By its end, the two most powerful nations the world has known will have selected their leaders – in America, via a raucous and colossally expensive election process that sees ballots cast from Anchorage to Key West; and in China, by the rather more selective electorate attending the Communist Party’s 18th National Congress.

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