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May 2, 2016

What It Takes -- 2016: Excerpt II From 'BRIGHT, INFINITE, FUTURE'

Barack Obama ASSOCIATED PRESS

Richard Ben Cramer's book about the 1988 presidential campaign -- What It Takes -- was a classic about the psychology and talents required to climb the greasy pole. Time to update it in this political year.

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USA Today Publisher Gannett Offers To Buy Tribune Publishing

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Melissa Harris-Perry's New Role

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