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The Examined Life

John Kerry, literary critic

By Joshua Glenn
Globe Columnist / August 8, 2004

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SINCE MID-MAY, when John Kerry adopted as his campaign's central slogan Langston Hughes's ringing phrase "Let America be America again," would-be literary critics among the chattering classes have quarreled about the line's true significance. (Full Article: 304 Words)

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