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Deval Patrick, a Democratic candidate for governor, discussed what it was like to move from the South Side of Chicago to Milton Academy as a youth, biracial identity, and his multi-million-dollar vacation home in the Berkshires.
Race for governor: Deval Patrick

On values, mobility, a hardscrabble past

March 29, 2006

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Deval Patrick, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, was interviewed Monday by the Globe's Scott Helman and New England Cable News' Jim Braude. The interviews are focusing on the candidates' backgrounds, as part of extensive coverage of their records and plans for the state. Future interviews with the candidates will focus on the issues. Here is an edited ... (Full article: 2338 words)

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