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The deal-maker

In Senate, loss widens chasm of ideology

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By Michael Kranish and Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / August 27, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Edward M. Kennedy filled two seemingly contradictory roles during his years in the Senate: He was known as the chamber’s most liberal member and as the Democrat with an uncanny ability to reach across to conservative Republicans and reach compromises. (Full article: 794 words)

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