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Ellen Goodman

A primary fight worth having

By Ellen Goodman
March 7, 2008

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IN THE end, the most memorable line of the primary season may belong to Bill Clinton. He told a church group last month: "I've been waiting all my life to vote for an African-American president. I've been waiting all my life to vote for a woman for president. . . . I feel like God is playing games with our ... (Full article: 810 words)

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