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James Graff

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Paris Bureau Chief for Time magazine

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Presidential politics has riveted France like nothing in years.

48 Hours and Counting before French Presidential Election

Presidential politics has riveted France like nothing in years.

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A media-darling who calls herself an outsider and promises to "change the face of politics" in France has won the  Socialist Party 's nomination for president.

Socialist Edges Toward Becoming France's First Female President

A media-darling who calls herself an outsider and promises to "change the face of politics" in France has won the Socialist Party 's nomination for president.

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