A Campaign Code of Ethics

What Presidential candidates Clinton, McCain, and Obama should and should not do from now until November

The campaign for the White House, which seems to have been going on forever, still has some months to run, and it's possible the nastiness, squabbling, and irrelevancies that have characterized this campaign—and too many before it—will get worse. This pettiness isn't just unpleasant or unfortunate; it's unethical, because it detracts from a meaningful debate about the issues that truly matter.

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