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Crosscut contributors John Carlson and Knute Berger may have watched the debate from two different locations, but kept up a running real-time back-and-forth commentary Thursday night's gubernatorial debate.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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We who graduated right when the world stopped hiring suspect the trajectory of our lives won't be a dramatic arc.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS