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Clinton draws on New Bedford lessons

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / January 22, 2008

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NEW BEDFORD - Carting a 77-part questionnaire on a clipboard, a 25-year-old lawyer named Hillary Rodham made her way through the poorest neighborhoods of this ailing industrial city, three-decker by three-decker. Knocking on every third door, sitting in cramped living rooms, she and a Portuguese translator asked startled, often wary parents whether they had any children who didn't go to ... (Full article: 1128 words)

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