Friday, October 21, 2005

TODAY'S SLATE has a raft of articles about Harriet Miers.

Emily Bazelon writes about Miers' fruitless efforts to convince right-wingers that she's one of them.

Henry Blodget examines her financial profile and tells us there, too, she is no John Roberts.

John Dickerson thinks that Bush's insistence on pushing this nomination is cruel to Miers; and Dahlia Lithwick gives us the graphic details on why.

And Julia Turner says that what Miers lacks in legal writing ability, she more than makes up for in her talent for the polite thank-you note.

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