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From Bruce Springsteen to Karl Rove, from Twitter to traditional media, showbiz played a key role in the 2012 election. A look at the industry’s winners and losers — and a few players who fall into both categories. Americans don’t vote in a vacuum. A roundup of reactions (from traditional and new media) shows that Israel, the Mideast, China, France and other world powers all have distinct concerns and hopes. The world’s spin page 13

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