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Single-daughter theory

By A.S. Hamrah
February 22, 2004

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BACK DURING the 2000 campaign, your correspondent invented a theory that to this day is mentioned in the offices of Big Media only in the hushed tones usually reserved for the names of interns with whom candidates may or may not be dallying. What is this theory the name of which can only be whispered, you ask? It's called the ... (Full Article: 463 Words)

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