hearts and minds among Muslim populations that regard America as a godless monster...."
California's Alameda Star Times
"If the record industry is to win the battle over online music-sharing, it will have to win the hearts and minds--or at least the fear--of students...."
"Not only do the Ten Commandments not belong in public courthouses or classrooms, they do not even belong--at least without some amendments and explanatory footnotes--in the hearts and minds of contemporary Americans."
Los Angeles Times
"There's no doubt about it: 'The Two Towers' is out to win over hearts and minds in the quickest way possible."
Lancaster, Pennsylvania's Intelligencer Journal
"Both sides of the coal debate will marshal their forces and have them neatly arrayed to testify in an effort to win the hearts and minds of the Public Service Commission and the general public."
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"The daily headlines out of Iraq are undeniably depressing, but there are indications that the United States is winning the battle for the hearts and minds of the Iraqi people."
"How fitting that the lone Dodgers' triumph, in 1955, is hallowed by Brooklyn loyalists, memorialized in print and song, emblazoned in the hearts and minds of those who called Flatbush and Bensonhurst home."
New York Post
"And yet, it's a genuine Dylan, essential viewing for those, like me, whose hearts and minds are wed to his work."
from more than 700 mentions July 1 to September 15
"Yet it also demands a huge effort to win