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Giuliani takes liberties on his NYC record

Certain boasts of fiscal gains exaggerate role

By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / November 16, 2007

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As a presidential candidate, Rudy Giuliani recounts his eight-year stint as mayor of New York City as an era of tax-cutting and welfare-slashing, one long fight to tame the city's bureaucratic behemoth. That's basically true, but Giuliani and his campaign exaggerate some facts and ignore many others to hone the point. (Full article: 1580 words)

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