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TV's ''West Wing'' offered Utopian presidency

Written by: Staff

LOS ANGELES, May 13 (Reuters) American television bids goodbye tomorrow to ''The West Wing,'' a landmark drama offering viewers a Utopian narrative -- some might call it fantasy -- of a president and White House staff who always put country above politics.

The Emmy-winning series starring Martin Sheen as the man in the Oval Office heads off the airwaves after seven years on the NBC network (one year shy of two presidential terms) just as newly elected successor Jimmy Smits is about to assume office.

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