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    Time Magazine Covers In The U.S. Vs. The Rest Of The World

    Us vs. them

    More often than not, the cover of Time magazine is the same all over the world.

    But sometimes, they're different. Such as...

    Jan. 21, 2013: New Jersey's governor vs. Burma's president

    Nov. 5, 2012: Daniel Day-Lewis in costume vs. Daniel Day-Lewis out of costume

    Oct. 29, 2012: Reinventing college vs. reinventing India

    Aug. 13, 2012: The battle for the White House vs. the battle for Jerusalem

    July 11, 2012: How to die vs. the tragedy of English football

    July 2, 2012: Made in America vs. made in China

    June 4, 2012: Mitt Romney vs. Her Royal Majesty

    Feb. 20, 2012: Animal friendships vs. Italy's prime minister

    Jan. 16, 2012: Mitt Romney vs. Pakistan's dark heart

    Dec. 19, 2011: How America started selling cars again vs. how this Italian-Canadian started selling cars again

    Dec. 5, 2011: Anxiety in the U.S. vs. anxiety in Egypt

    Oct. 31, 2011: The China bubble vs. TinTin

    Oct. 24, 2011: The silent majority vs. the U.S. never saving Afghanistan

    April 25, 2011: What if there's no hell? vs. What if there's no death?

    Nov. 22, 2010: Marijuana vs. inventions

    Sept. 20, 2010: Great schools vs. Pakistan's despair

    April 2, 2007: The Bible vs. Talibanistan

    Sept. 14, 2009: Jay Leno vs. the global economy