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Now that the GOP holds both the White House and majorities in both chambers of Congress, Democrats around the country are wondering what direction the party will take heading into the 2004 elections. Diane and her guests talk about the debate now underway over the future of the Democratic Party.
- Robert Borosage co-director, Campaign for America's Future
- Anna Greenberg Democratic pollster and vice president of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
- John Podesta president and CEO of the Center for American Progress, former chief of staff to President Clinton, and author of "The Power of Progress."
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