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Backstory: France’s First Female Presidential Candidate

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

On today's Backstory, Matthew Kaminski, the editor of The Wall Street Journal Europe’s op-ed page, joins us by phone from Paris to discuss the major issues in France's presidential race. Ségolène Royal--France’s first female presidential candidate--is the Socialist candidate, and Nicolas Sarkozy is the Conservative candidate.

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