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Jeff Jacoby

A study in contrasts

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / June 6, 2007

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THE MOST cogent characterization of last night's Republican presidential debate was made by Senator Hillary Clinton during the Democratic candidates' debate two nights earlier. "The differences among us are minor," she said. "The differences between us and the Republicans are major. And I don't want anybody in America to be confused." (Full article: 319 words)

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