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'Consent' Asks: Who Owns The Internet?

In Consent of the Networked, Rebecca MacKinnon investigates how the governments and corporations that control the digital world can impinge on civil liberties.
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Bilingualism A Political Liability?

John McWhorter, a contributing editor for The New Republic, wrote recently about past presidents, the current presidential candidates and the languages they speak. He explains why being bilingual may be considered a political liability today.
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Gingrich Attacks Front-Runner Romney

Newt Gingrich sharpened his attacks on Republican rival Mitt Romney on Sunday. A new poll shows Romney leading the former House speaker just days ahead of Tuesday's presidential primary in Florida.
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Gingrich Attacks Romney Ahead Of Florida Vote

The former House speaker is trying to cut into the resurgent front-runner's lead before Tuesday's primary in the Sunshine State. Newt Gingrich accused the former Massachusetts governor of "carpet-bombing" his record. Mitt Romney meanwhile shifted his focus back to President Obama's record.
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Fla. Restaurant Puts National Politics On Local Stage

The Fish House, a restaurant in Pensacola, Fla., has become a regular stop for GOP candidates. Mike Huckabee and John McCain came by in 2008 and Joe Scarborough has done his Morning Joe show here. In fact, as congressman, Scarborough used to play on weekends in the restaurant's house band. NPR's Greg Allen goes behind the scenes at the Fish House.
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General Election In Focus: Candidates Strategize

Host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mara Liasson about the intense Republican primary race and President Obama's message of populism in his State of the Union address last week.
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Romney, Gingrich Fight To The Finish In Fla.

Florida's Republican primary is Tuesday. If Mitt Romney wins, it's a potentially decisive state for the former Massachusetts governor's bid for the nomination. But a victory by Newt Gingrich would all but guarantee a long battle ahead. NPR's Don Gonyea reports on the mounting attacks.
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Fact-Checking The Florida Mudslinging

With two days left before the pivotal Florida GOP primary, the front-runners have taken over the airwaves. A steady stream of political ads is filled with insinuations and accusations. Host Rachel Martin speaks with Angie Holan of PolitiFact, which fact-checked some of the ads.

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