James Graff

Paris Bureau Chief for Time magazine

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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.

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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.

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