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Rebellious air sweeps even Kennedy turf

Richard and Joan Murphy voted at a Hyannis community center partly funded by federal dollars secured by the late senator. Richard and Joan Murphy voted at a Hyannis community center partly funded by federal dollars secured by the late senator. (Vincent Dewitt for The Boston Globe)
By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / January 20, 2010

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HYANNIS PORT - In this quiet seaside village where his family was rooted, Senator Edward M. Kennedy was a familiar figure, known by many residents as a friend and neighbor. But yesterday, Ted Kennedy’s hometown did not look or sound like a place deeply attached to the senator’s liberal legacy, with blue-and-red Scott Brown signs propped in shop windows and ... (Full article: 785 words)

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