The Eyes of History 2012
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The Eyes of History 2012: White House News Photographers Association

President Barack Obama reaches for the prosthetic hand of Army Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Petry. (Charles Dharapak/The Associated Press)
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President Barack Obama reaches for the prosthetic hand of Army Sgt. 1st Class Leroy Petry. (Charles Dharapak/The Associated Press)

President Barack Obama drops his BlackBerry while walking from Air Force One in Memphis, Tenn. (Charles Dharapak/The Associated Press)
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President Barack Obama drops his BlackBerry while walking from Air Force One in Memphis, Tenn. (Charles Dharapak/The Associated Press)

After posing for a group photo, schoolchildren in Chatfield, Minn., try to help the president to his feet. (Carolyn Kaster/The Associated Press)
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After posing for a group photo, school children in Chatfield, Minn., try to help the president to his feet. (Carolyn Kaster/The Associated Press)

As presidential hopeful Ron Paul delivers a speech in Iowa, a military veteran on stage with him raises his fist in a sign of support. (Andrew Harnik/<i>The Washington Times</i>)
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As presidential hopeful Ron Paul delivers a speech in Iowa, a military veteran on stage with him raises his fist in a sign of support. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

Occupy movement protesters in Washington, D.C., form a human roadblock by lying in the street during a demonstration. (Ricky Carioti/<i>The Washington Post</i>)
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Occupy movement protesters in Washington, D.C., form a human roadblock by lying in the street during a demonstration. (Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post)

During the Arab Spring uprising in Bahrain, a protester uses garlic to ward off the effects of tear gas. (Andrea Bruce/Freelance for <i>The New York Times</i>/NOOR Images)
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During the Arab Spring uprising in Bahrain, a protester uses garlic to ward off the effects of tear gas. (Andrea Bruce/Freelance for The New York Times/NOOR Images)

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