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Q with no A: The New Republic found the simplest way to describe the post-election quandary with a cover that found the presidential results to be . . . a question mark. The magazine was one of many that struggled with how to illustrate -- in some cases for several weeks of covers -- a story with no answer. Time's response: A Bushian "Unpresidented."
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