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Derrick Z. Jackson

On race, Clinton misses the call

By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / March 29, 2008

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IT WAS not 3 a.m., but Hillary Clinton heard the red phone ringing on racism. Without prompting, she began a teleconference interview Thursday with the Trotter Group of African-American newspaper columnists by saying, "There is an ugly perception which has developed that my campaign has tried to or used race as a tactic. And I want to categorically reject that." (Full article: 696 words)

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