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Romney's Foreign Policy Views Comfort, Unsettle GOP

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A demonstrator holds a copy of the U.S. Constitution to his chest as he attends a protest in downtown San Antonio on March 23. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Right Fears Entitlements Are Killing American Dream

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Trump Comments Overshadow Romney's Texas Win

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The American Dream has long evoked the idea that the next generation will have a better life than the previous one. Today, many Americans feel that dream is in jeopardy. H. Armstron Roberts/CORBIS hide caption

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American Dream Faces Harsh New Reality

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Mitt Romney greets guests after addressing the Latino Coalition's 2012 Small Business Summit at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Can May Polls Predict A November Winner?

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While a student at Harvard Law School, Barack Obama became the first black president of the Harvard Law Review. AP hide caption

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Obama Made A Strong First Impression At Harvard

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Mitt Romney already had a young family during his time at Harvard, which set him apart from most other students. Here, Romney is with his wife, Ann, and two sons at a business school clambake in 1973. Courtesy of The New York Times hide caption

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At Harvard, Romney Wasn't Your Typical Student

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GOP Group Abandons Racially Tinged Attack Ad

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To Largest Crowd Yet, Romney Speaks Of Faith

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Romney Apologizes For High School Bullying Incident

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Obama Endorses Same-Sex Marriage

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White House Sends Mixed Signals On Gay Marriage

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Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., and Republican challenger Mitt Romney (right) take part in a televised debate at Holyoke Community College in Holyoke, Mass., in 1994. Romney lost to Kennedy in his first political race. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Romney's 1994 Senate Loss Left Lasting Marks

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Romney Has 5 More Primary Wins Under His Belt

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