James Fallows, who usually covers China for The Atlantic Monthly, has an interesting piece in this month’s issue about what the primary debates say about how the two nominees will fare against each other during the fall contests. In his words,
“I recently I did what no sane person would: I watched the entire set of presidential primary debates, in sequence, like a boxed set of a TV show. In scale this was like three or four seasons’ worth of The Sopranos.”
If the article is too long for you (actually) working folks, I’ll give a rundown of the interesting points when I finish reading it.