Clone Wars

Ball, Molly
June 2012
Atlantic;Jun2012, Vol. 309 Issue 5, p21
The article discusses the 2012 political election campaigns of U.S. California Representatives Howard Berman and Brad Sherman who face each other over a seat in U.S. Congress after the decennial redistricting of their respective districts into one district. The author comments on their political collaboration on a variety of issues such as international sanctions against Iran, their liberal political views, and the high cost of their respective elections.


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