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Rove exit could launch new political strategy

President Bush with Karl Rove after the announcement that the deputy chief of staff will leave the White House Aug. 31. President Bush with Karl Rove after the announcement that the deputy chief of staff will leave the White House Aug. 31. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / August 14, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- The departure of Karl Rove, the longtime adviser to President Bush who announced yesterday that he is leaving at the end of this month, could provide an opening for the White House and the Republican Party to move away from Rove's signature policy of relying on the party base and appeal more to independents who will probably determine ... (Full article: 1109 words)

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