Saturday, July 19, 2003

Todd Gitlin talks to Salon about the necessity of discipline for the left to rid the country of the Bush administration in 2004. One bit:

"Underneath, what Nader voters really wanted was to vent their feelings," he writes. "The purity of their feelings matters so much to them that they are still washing their hands of the consequences ... This is narcissism wearing a cloak of ideals."