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PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES

For underdog, risk has often led to reward

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / September 30, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Jimmy Carter grinned his way to victory over a gaffe-prone Gerald Ford, only to have Ronald Reagan take revenge in the next election, asking voters in a soon-to-unmistakable husky baritone, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?" (Full Article: 1341 Words)

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