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Kerry speech to emphasize national security

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / July 29, 2004

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It is the foremost political issue of the day as John F. Kerry goes before his most important national television audience tonight: The US occupation of Iraq and the casualties among 140,000 American troops there. But while Kerry plans to devote nearly half of his remarks tonight to national security, his advisers say he does not plan to unveil an ... (Full Article: 1160 Words)

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