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Martin F. Nolan

The ins and outs of winning in Massachusetts

By Martin F. Nolan
September 25, 2006

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IN 1938, when he defeated James Michael Curley for governor, Leverett Saltonstall distributed postcards adorned with a tribute from Daniel J. Lynch, who grew up in South Boston: ``Under his leadership as speaker of the House, our Commonwealth has been in the forefront in the passage of liberal, humane, and progressive legislation." (Full article: 721 words)

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