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Bin Laden's Death: The Pundits Weigh In

4 years agoNews : The Daily Beast

As the celebrations end, it's time for the great thinkers to weigh in about Osama bin Laden's death. Robert Fisk warns not to forget Osama bin Laden's followers, Peter Beinart says Democrats' have dumped their "wimp" stereotype, and Ezra Klein argues...
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