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Tracking the GOP race to 2012

Mitt Romney has picked a publisher and title for his new book--"No Apology: A Case for American Greatness"--which will come out next March with St. Martin's Press; a man from Alberta, Canada is asking $1.1 million on eBay for an Xbox autographed by Sarah Palin; Newt Gingrich has taken to likening the Obama administration to the oppressive regime in 1984; and Mike Pence criticized society's "evolving attitude" toward marriage.

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