August 2004
New Republic;8/16/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 7/8, p9
Correction Notice
Presents a correction to the article "Star Search," by Noam Scheiber in the August 9, 2004, issue of "The New Republic," indicating the wrong first name was used for Martin O'Malley, the mayor of Baltimore (Md.), and the erroneous identification of Phil Angelides as part of the campaign for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry.


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