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Booker says 2013 could be his "most productive" year as mayor."Cory Booker was even super awesome in 1992," one fan tweets.Booker responds, "I was writing about my teenage struggle for integrity. He may not trust reporters to tell a true story about him or his career or his city, but he does, unequivocally, trust himself — that, even two decades later, he can control.A big-name, top-notch brand wants to build a "massive site" in Newark, New Jersey, and Booker is busy courting a potential billion dollars in development for his city.By the time the article goes live — The Stanford Daily with the scoop! Booker had them up all night and day on the phone about it.He was keeping up a weekly column for the Daily — published maybe 15 pieces in total — and says he wrote about "every hot-button issue there was, from rape to race." This one happened to focus on Booker's struggle with homophobia.

Buzz Feed's Andrew Kaczynski had actually found it first, but was waiting on comment from Booker's office before a cub reporter at the Stanford paper jumped the gun and published it himself.

It was a good find: The mayor of Newark was a dramatic 22-year-old.

"I was disgusted by gays," reads one of the opening lines.

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THE REALITY THAT most reporters would rather talk to Booker about the "agita" that was the Stanford Daily column than about the development meeting in progress as the column hit the web is a fact that Booker understands, yet is nonetheless troubled and disturbed by.