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'Law professor' Obama embraces nuance on trail

Candidate brings out his intellectual side

Democrat Barack Obama spoke at an event in Manchester, N.H., on Dec. 19. Political analysts and historians see a parallel with John F. Kennedy. Democrat Barack Obama spoke at an event in Manchester, N.H., on Dec. 19. Political analysts and historians see a parallel with John F. Kennedy. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / December 25, 2007

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CONCORD, N.H. - Barack Obama defines himself on the campaign trail as the candidate of change, the "hope peddler" unintimidated by partisanship or cynicism, the Democrat who has transcended the battles of the Baby Boom generation. (Full article: 1273 words)

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