Lexington: It's a man's world - The Economist

Lexington: It's a man's world

Lexington: It's a man's world - The Economist
Lexington: It's a man's world
Published Aug 07, 2004
1014 words — Published Aug 07, 2004
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Why there is so much macho posturing in this particular race for the White House LET'S call it the testosterone election. John Kerry never misses a chance to surround himself with he-man veterans. George Bush looks happiest when addressing...

  
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