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November 2007
Cosmo Girl;Nov2007, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p72
The article presents a survey of the most politically outspoken young women on MySpace website regarding the U.S. presidential candidate each of them supports. One person explained that Mitt Romney sets a good example for people of the Mormon faith and breaks down negative stereotypes. Another argues that a female president is the change the country needs and relates that Hilary Clinton has served seven years in the Senate. A teenage girl observes that Rudy Giuliani is more liberal than the other Republican candidates.


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