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Edwards, who vowed a positive campaign, takes off the gloves

By Raja Mishra
Globe Staff / February 16, 2004

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MILWAUKEE -- It was a short, rhetorical burst halfway into last night's debate. After a lengthy answer by front-runner Senator John F. Kerry on whether he felt responsibility for voting to authorize the Iraq war, Senator John Edwards of North Carolina quipped, "That's the longest answer I ever heard to a yes-or-no question." The crowd broke into laughter. (Full Article: 232 Words)

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