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Candidates Must Address Human Rights

The second presidential debate made it painfully clear that the candidates' pasts echo forward for all of us. As 69 million Americans tuned in, both Trump and Clinton were forced to confront embarrassing scandals that occurred over a decade ago. Much like the candidates, the CIA's dark past has reared its ugly head; however, these revelations have not seen the same mass consumption by the American electorate.
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