THE IVORY SILO: There is no easy path

By Stewart Skinner An oft-used political phrase, ‘it’s the economy, stupid’, was coined by Democratic strategist James Carville during the Bill Clinton campaign in 1992. That phrase, or variants of it, has been used ad nauseam for the last 25 years in political campaigns. It is a successful political idiom because it reduces complex subject…
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