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Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson was nominated as the Libertarian party's candidate for president at their national convention in Las Vegas over the weekend. Joe Burbank/AP hide caption

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Libertarians Find Their Audience In 2012 Race

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Jason Mraz's latest album is Love Is a Four Letter Word. Emily Shur hide caption

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Jason Mraz: A Breakup Record, Served With A Smile

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In 1970, Groucho Marx appeared on the Dick Cavett Show. Two years later, Cavett introduced Groucho in Carnegie Hall. Ann Limongello/ABC via Getty Images hide caption

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When Dick Cavett Shared Carnegie Hall With Groucho

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