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John Brummett

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Long-time columnist for the Arkansas News Bureau in Little Rock and author of Highwire, a book about Bill Clinton's first year as president

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Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as  Barack Obama  moves ahead in some polls and  John Edwards  just won't go away.

Hillary Loses Her Inevitability

Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as Barack Obama moves ahead in some polls and John Edwards just won't go away.

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Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as  Barack Obama  moves ahead in some polls and  John Edwards  just won't go away.

Hillary Loses Her Inevitability

Hillary Clinton 's "inevitability" is old news as Barack Obama moves ahead in some polls and John Edwards just won't go away.

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