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AMERICA'S ROLE Deputy Secretary of State Jack Lew said US foreign assistance programs need better coordination and planning.

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Deputy Secretary of State Jack Lew said US foreign assistance programs need better coordination and planning.

By James F. Smith
Globe Staff / June 14, 2009

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President George W. Bush scored major advances in his administration's worldwide campaign against AIDS. In fact, some critics say he was so successful that other dire needs in poor countries were squeezed out by the relentess American focus on AIDS. (Full article: 1250 words)

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