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Risky moves drove McCain's comeback

K.V. Kumar joined the cheering at a John McCain rally in Nashua last night. The candidate's primary win gives new life to a campaign that once was deemed moribund by many pundits. K.V. Kumar joined the cheering at a John McCain rally in Nashua last night. The candidate's primary win gives new life to a campaign that once was deemed moribund by many pundits. (Shannon Stapleton/reuters)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / January 9, 2008

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MANCHESTER, N.H. - Senator John McCain of Arizona, whose political obituary was written last summer when his campaign nearly ran out of money and all but collapsed, is back in the thick of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, propelled by a back-to-basics approach focused on winning the New Hampshire primary. (Full article: 871 words)

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