Why the Democratic Party Needs Generation Y (Correction)

Published July 18, 2003, issue of July 18, 2003.
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The author of the article “Why the Democratic Party Needs Generation Y,” David Wallis, was misidentified in the July 4 issue. He is the editorial director of Featurewell.com, not Tikkun.

Senator Blanche Lincoln was misidentified in the June 6 editorial “Chutzpah.” She represents the state of Arkansas.

Robert Meth was misidentified in the June 13 article “Putin Pledging More Scrutiny On Iran Nukes.” He is chairman of NCSJ — Advocates on behalf of Jews in Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States and Eurasia.

The July 4 opinion article “Liberty, Justice and Marriage for All” mistakenly implied that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia believes that bans against same-sex marriage should be declared unconstitutional.






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