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In Patrick pitch, a Clinton echo

`Hope vs. fear' message evokes 1992 campaign

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / October 16, 2006

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The election was close, fall weather was turning chilly, and the candidate framed the race in stark terms. ``This election is a race between hope and fear, between division and community, between responsibility and blame, between whether we have the courage to change, to stay young forever, or whether we stay with the comfort of the status quo." (Full article: 1260 words)

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