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Gingrich Marches, Philosophically

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CLEAR LAKE, Iowa — Newt and Callista Gingrich were standing on a street corner, an aide snapping pictures, as they waited for yet another campaign day to begin. A swarm of photographers gathered — a block away to capture the arrival of Michele Bachmann.

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“The attention comes and goes,” Mr. Gingrich said, reciting rhythms of the Republican presidential race. “Sometime around October and November, it will settle down and be a race.”

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