It may not be clear who won the Democratic debate between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, but the obvious winner was Flint, Michigan, which needed the victory. Via The Atlantic.
In last night’s Democratic debate, Bernie was angry. Was he too angry or just angry enough? The answer to that question may come in the Michigan primary on Tuesday. Via The New York Times.
The Fix, in its winners and losers, says Sanders lost on tone. Via The Washington Post
Reagan biographer Lou Cannon’s New York Times obituary on Nancy Reagan.
Why isn’t Marco Rubio, the establishment candidate, doing better? A Washington Post story blames it on poor strategy and a poorly run campaign. Of course, he might just be a bad candidate.
David Remnick on the Donald: American Demagogue. Via The New Yorker.
Marc Ambinder writes in The New York Daily News that you can mock Trump all you like, but you mock the pain and frustration of his followers at your own peril.
Leonard Pitts: The GOP is on the verge of destroying the party. Will it destroy America next? Via The Baltimore Sun.
What a knife can tell us about the O.J. Simpson case. (Nothing new.) Via The New Yorker.
Recap of the Downton Abbey finale (with all the spoilers you could hope for). Via Vulture.
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