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Slate's Human Guinea Pig: A Reluctant Mrs. America

Now That She's Entered, How Does She Get Out?

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Slate Human Guinea Pig Emily Yoffe reports on her experience trying out for the Mrs. America pageant. To her horror, Yoffe discovers that she is the one and only contestant in the 2004 Mrs. Washington, D.C., pageant contest.

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