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Witness to primary history

Professor's book is memoir of 7 N.H. presidential contests

By Russell Contreras
Globe Staff / November 26, 2006

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LAWRENCE -- Ted Kennedy would have been a great president. At least, that's how a young Richard Padova saw it 26 years ago. Back in 1980, the Massachusetts senator was Padova's pick in the New Hampshire presidential primary. Padova, like many Americans at the time, was angry at President Jimmy Carter . As Padova saw it, Carter was responsible for ... (Full article: 1144 words)

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