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Kerry said to weigh politics in 2002 vote

John F. Kerry with political strategist Robert Shrum before a town hall meeting at Dartmouth College in January 2004. John F. Kerry with political strategist Robert Shrum before a town hall meeting at Dartmouth College in January 2004. (JAMES ESTRIN/THE NEW YORK TIMES)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / May 28, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Senator John F. Kerry voted for the Iraq war resolution in 2002 after weighing the political ramifications and being told by his future campaign manager that he would never be elected president in 2004 unless he sided with President Bush on the issue, according to a forthcoming book by Kerry's former strategist. (Full article: 1136 words)

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