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  • I am reminded of William Jennings Bryan's Cross of Gold Speech in 1896, when Bryan, a populist, objected to the wealthy Eastern financial elite's insistence on a gold standard.

    Get Ready For a Push to Return to the Gold Standard

  • Along with my 11-year-old daughter, I sat riveted and inspired as we witnessed a people's -- not a leader's or a ruling elite's -- peaceful revolution.

    Kristen Breitweiser: Rooting for Egypt

  • Or at least the Christian Right elite's ability to select the value candidate has vanished.

    Martin Long: Evangelicals' Lock on the GOP Cracks

  • Today Duvalier's henchmen have gone, but Haiti's poverty and its elite's indifference live on.

    Pius Kamau: Haiti's Latest Elections

  • He offers disturbing, fresh slants on the ruling party's control of TV news, the booming cocaine trade of Mexico's drug mafias, the rise of government-backed monopolies in key industries and the recent political assassinations that have weakened the ruling elite's credibility.

    What to Read on Mexican Politics

  • It is in part the tale of a political elite's vain search for compromise when compromise was no longer possible, leading to an access of rage without parallel in our history.

    Fight, Vote, Fight

  • In part, as evidenced by the Obama bitter-clinger comment, it is an honest reflection of the liberal elite's attitudes.

    On the Offensive

  • Instead he decided to spend trillions, pandering to the far left elite's vision of a socialist utopia.

    Axelrod blasts out his own 'viral e-mail'

  • The eve of President Obama's visit to India next month presents an opportunity to examine the American elite's view of India.

    Aparna Pande: Obama's Upcoming India Trip

  • The typical DC elite's response - "Oh, Alan's being Alan again" - doesn't cut it.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Contempt

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