Blogs, the Election, and a Goddamned Discussion

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DID BLOGS TIP ELECTION 2004?
IHS and Reason magazine present Ana Marie Cox, Daniel Drezner, Henry Farrell, and Michael Tomasky debating the role of blogs in the election on November 18.

WHAT:
A free-for-all discussion on the role of blogs and politics featuring Wonkette's Ana Marie Cox, blogger and University of Chicago political scientist Daniel Drezner, blogger and George Washington University political scientist Henry Farrell, The American Prospect's Michael Tomasky, moderated by Reason's Nick Gillespie.

Drinks and hors d'oeuvres to follow remarks and Q&A.

WHEN:
Thursday, November 18
7:30-9:00 pm

WHERE (note new location): Porter's Dining Saloon, 1207 19th St. NW, (19th and M Street), Washington, DC

This event is co-sponsored by the Institute for Humane Studies and Reason.

Space is limited, so please reserve a place by RSVPing to Alina Stefanescu.

NEXT: Loyalty vs. Competence

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  1. A somewhat hot chick starts a blog, and then all the pasty white policy wonk geeks invite her to every symposium under the sun….

    Sorry about that, I was chanelling Maureen Dowd for a second.

  2. Who’ll watch the watchers of the watched? The BushBot blogosphere’s coverage of al Qaqaa was pretty funny and should be studied. See my comment here.

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