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Governor resolute on remarks about Muslims

Says monitoring needed for security

By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / September 17, 2005

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Governor Mitt Romney, facing mounting criticism from civil rights and religious groups for raising the prospect of putting certain Muslims under surveillance, refused to back down yesterday, saying he would never sacrifice the security of the country for the sake of ''political correctness." (Full article: 853 words)

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