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Mitt Romney campaigns at Ring Power Lift Trucks in Jacksonville, Fla., last week, before the state's primary. He won by a substantial margin over second-place rival Newt Gingrich. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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When Will We Get To Know The 'Real' Mitt Romney?

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Sharon Van Etten says that when she writes music, "it's to heal." Dusdin Condren hide caption

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Sharon Van Etten: Learning How To Rock

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