Monday, February 09, 2004

Just kidding. Today's real political note: Don't forget that "politics" can be singular or plural.

If it's something general — a branch of study, for example, or a concept — it's singular: All politics is local.

But if it's something specific — a certain plan, for example, or someone's beliefs — it's plural: His politics crumble under scrutiny.


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