“Senator Obama’s confidence has grown as his political successes have grown,” said Ed Dorn, a professor at the University of Texas LBJ School of Public Affairs. But Dorn said the candidate had not gone too far with his attitude. “I see no evidence that he’s making a leap toward arrogance,” he said. The confidence is …
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