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Peter Canellos | National Perspective

McCain has shown willingness to attack

John McCain's negative ad silenced rival Mitt Romney. John McCain's negative ad silenced rival Mitt Romney.
By Peter Canellos
Globe Staff / February 19, 2008

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WASHINGTON - History will record that John McCain won the 2008 Republican presidential nomination by following his own quirky path. Offering his trademark "straight talk," McCain won over even those who disagreed with him on the issues, by dint of his honesty and unwillingness to play political games. (Full article: 794 words)

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