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Obama's re-election: 17 iconic newspaper frontpages and magazine covers

The media captures the enthusiasm of Obama's supporters — and the challenges the president faces over the next four years

When the presidential race was called for Barack Obama on Tuesday night, America's media outlets got to work putting together their front pages for the next day. Ranging from hopeful (Canada's The Globe and Mail) to wary (Bloomberg BusinessWeek), Wednesday's A-1s and magazine covers certainly capture the mood of the nation, and the world. Here, a sampling:

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