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Warren dominates Democratic debate, gives voters permission to be bold

The Age Wednesday, 31 July 2019
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders resembled two lions working together to fend off a pack of hyenas as they took on their more centrist Democratic rivals.
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