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Romney praise of Bush proving a key strategy

Tactic could lift campaign above rivals'

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / December 22, 2007

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More than any other Republican presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney is running as the candidate friendliest to President Bush, surrounding himself with former Bush advisers, delivering his most closely watched speech at the presidential library of the president's father, and this week launching a staunch defense of Bush's Iraq policy. (Full article: 875 words)

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