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August 27, 2012    |     Volume LXIV, NO. 16
ON THE COVER
Like a Boss

It is time for Mitt Romney to get in touch with his inner rich guy. He should not be ashamed of being loaded; instead, he should have some fun with it. He will discover something that the Obama campaign has not quite figured out yet: Americans do not hate rich people. Americans love rich people.

By Kevin D. Williamson

COVER: Evan Vucci/AP

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