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Tough Cookies: The Treats That Fueled a Century of Girl Scouts

Last week, President Obama's Thin Mint declaration had Girl Scout cookie fans in an uproar. But whether you love Tagalongs or Do-Si-Dos, in the thick of summer our beloved treats are nowhere to be found. Problem is, Girl Scout troops haven't been selling their sig…

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