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March 25, 2008 10:39 AM

Putting race in the race

"Barack Obama had only words today, but it would take a heart of stone and a closed mind to deny their power at this moment in American history," Robert Stein

writes

of the Illinois senator's

March 18 speech on race

. "There can and should be debate over what he said and didn't say, and it should start now on the level to which he has raised this campaign. Anything less would be a shame." How well did the blogosphere meet Stein's challenge? As always, you can find any answer you want.

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