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Super Tuesday – part III

By Mary Fitzgerald  

If the cacophony of pundits is to be believed, Hillary is now the Comeback Kid (I’ve lost count of how many times that mantle been passed between the two Democratic rivals), and we can expect a long slog, possibly stretching until the August convention. Super Tuesday Round 3 will be Pennsylvania on 22nd April, but this is only the first (or third, or sixth, depending on how you’re counting) in a series of past and future “final showdowns.”

What has tickled me most in the weeks since Super Tuesday Round 1 has been the increasingly high-pitched and, frankly, illogical noises…

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